Shoplifting

was caught taking 40 dollars worth of stuff from supermarket. I went to the security room, he looked over my ID and wrote some things down and my phone number. He said he will not take charges and will not call for police,but need my information for supermarket record and I will not allowed enter their supermarket for 2 years.What it's mean? I still will have a record?it's going to be problems with flights in the airport?


Asked 13 days ago in British Columbia
Categories: Criminal Law  Small Claims

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Benjamin O Mbaegbu

Answer by Benjamin O Mbaegbu

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No You have no records in file with the police or with the court.
However, you must comply with the request not to go to the store for 2 years.

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