15In section 75 of that Act (provisions supplementary to section 74), for subsection (1)(b) substitute—E+W
“(b)the contents of—
(i)the information, complaint, indictment or charge-sheet on which the person in question was convicted, or
(ii)in the case of a conviction of an offence by a court in a member State (other than the United Kingdom), any document produced in relation to the proceedings for that offence which fulfils a purpose similar to any document or documents specified in sub-paragraph (i),”.
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