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Lithuania. 2002 ‘Person of an Impeccable Reputation.’ Republic of Lithuania Law on the Control of Arms and Ammunition No. IX-705; Chapter Five (Article 18). Vilnius: The Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania. 15 January

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Article 18. Person of an Impeccable Reputation

1. Under this Law, a person of an impeccable reputation shall be a person to whom provisions of paragraph 2 of this Article do not apply.

2. A person shall not be regarded as having an impeccable reputation if:
1) he has been convicted for a deliberate crime for more than 6 years of imprisonment and less than 10 years have passed from the expiry or annulment of his conviction;
2) he has been convicted for a crime of negligence which he committed under the influence of alcohol or being intoxicated with narcotic, psychotrophic or other intoxicating substances, or for a deliberate crime if his conviction has not expired or has not been annulled;
3) he serves a sentence of imprisonment for a crime of negligence;
4) proceedings have been taken a manner prescribed by law against him for committing a deliberate crime or for committing a crime of negligence under the influence of alcohol or being intoxicated with narcotic, psychotrophic or other intoxicating substances, or a preventive measure has been imposed upon him;
5) his name has been entered into operational records or judicial obligations are imposed upon him in a manner prescribed by the Law on Prevention of the Organised Crime
6) criminal proceedings have not been taken against him within the last three years because he came to an agreement with the victim, or initiated criminal proceedings were terminated because of the deliberate crime or the crime of negligence which he committed under the influence of alcohol, being intoxicated with narcotic, psychotrophic or other intoxicating substances;
7) he has repeatedly committed an administrative law violation within a period of one year by which he attempted to commit a crime against property, public or governing order;
8) he has been punished for violations of hunting rules related to the use of a firearm or hunting in prohibited ways and methods, and less than 3 years have passed since that punishment;
9) he has committed at least 2 administrative law violations within the last three years, under the influence of alcohol, being intoxicated with narcotic, psychotrophic or other intoxicating substances;
10) his permit to carry an arm or to keep an arm has been revoked or has not been extended on the grounds of this Article, as well as for other violations of arms circulation, and less than three years have passed since that moment.

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