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CAN A COVICTED CRIMINAL BECOME PARISH COUNCELLOR

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There are restrictions.  A person is disqualified from being a councillor if they have been convicted of an offence and been sentenced to not less than three months' imprisonment, whether suspended or not, without the option of a fine.
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