Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you.
Yes, you should do.
The SRA say under the suitability test:
1: Criminal offences
Unless there are exceptional circumstances, we will refuse your application if you have been convicted by a court of a criminal offence:
(a) for which you received a custodial or suspended sentence;
(b) involving dishonesty, fraud, perjury and/or bribery;
(c) specifically in relation to which you have been included on the Violent and Sex Offender Register;
(d) associated with obstructing the course of justice;
(e) which demonstrated behaviour showing signs of discrimination towards others;
(f) associated with terrorism;
(g) which was racially aggravated;
(h) which was motivated by any of the "protected" characteristics defined within the Equality Act 2010;
(i) which in our judgment is so serious as to prevent commencement or continuation of a period of recognised training, admission as a solicitor, or approval as an authorised role holder; and/or
(j) you have been convicted by a court of more than one criminal offence.
It is not any of these so you should be ok. Even if you have a DBS check in the UK, these offences won't show.
You can find the details of suitability here:
So yes, you should be permitted.
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