The rehabilitation principle, and the concomitant exclusions of evidence and questioning as to spent convictions and cautions1, do not apply2 in relation to:
(1) proceedings in respect of a person's admission to, or disciplinary proceedings against a member of, any of the excepted professions3;
(2) proceedings before the Court of Appeal of the High Court in the exercise of their disciplinary jurisdiction in respect of solicitors4;
(3) disciplinary proceedings against a constable5;
(4) proceedings before the Gambling Commission6;
(5) mental health proceedings7 before any tribunal8;
(6) specified proceedings9 relating to the dealing and use of firearms10;
(7) proceedings in
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