Conviction as a founding circumstance of the composition of the action and the problem of its reversal during the crime together
Conviction is a less developed legal institution in Georgian criminal science. It is a legal consequence of a convict's conviction by a court and is reflected in the restriction of the convict's individual rights, which, in turn, is reflected in the norms of constitutional, civil or administrative law. Conviction is only a legal consequence of the sentence and that is why the presumption applies - a person is presumed not convicted from the beginning until his conviction is confirmed by a court judgment, however, he should not be revoked or annulled. Thus, unlike other measures of state coercion, only criminal punishment results in a person being convicted.