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Compensation Payments

Volume 978: debated on Thursday 14 February 1980

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asked the Solicitor-General for Scotland whether there is any parallel in Scotland to the current procedure in England whereby clerks of magistrates' courts send out letters to persons to whom compensation has been awarded, suggesting that they might consider forgoing the compensation to allow the guilty individual to have a fresh start; and if he will make a statement.