a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convicted; "he ruled that the criminal record of the defendant could not be disclosed to the court"; "the prostitute had a record a mile long"
a lifelong punishment
a lifelong stigma that brings ongoing restrictions on travel outside Canada and limits job opportunities
a list of all punishments that have been imposed on one or more characters on a Tibia account
a list of all the crimes that a person has been pr
a record listing a defendant's previous arrests and convictions. A copy of the defendant's criminal record, if any, must be given to the defense upon request during discovery.
A criminal record or rap sheet, is a compilation of an individual's identification, arrest, conviction (law), incarceration, legal status, sex offender registration, warrant information, and other relevant criminal history. In the United States, these compilations are maintained and updated on the local, state, and federal levels by various law enforcement agencies. Its primary goal is to provide a comprehensive criminal history for an individual to be used for many purposes, including for identification, assistance in developing suspects in an ongoing criminal investigation, and for enhanced sentencing in criminal prosecutions.