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Education Act Prosecutions

Education Act Prosecutions

S.444 of the Education Act 1996 makes it an offence for a parent to fail to ensure their child attends school regularly. This means that even if the child does not live with you and he or she is not going to school you may be committing a criminal offence for which you could end up with a criminal record. Some offences are even punishable with prison, so you can see this is an area of law that will require some legal input.

You may be eligible for free advice and assistance so please get in touch with us if you have been contacted by your Local Authority or you have been summoned to Court. At Trinity Advocates we are happy to speak to you at any time.


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