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Non-conviction. This stands for “Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Program.” This disposition is most frequently found in the state of Pennsylvania and may be given to a defendant in place of judgment. If the defendant completes the program successfully, the case is closed.
Conviction. The defendant has been found guilty of the charges.
Non-conviction. The court does not pronounce a final judgment about the case. Instead, the defendant is given probation, a program or community service that must be completed in a specific timeframe. Upon successful completion, the case may be dismissed, depending on the county or state. If the case is not dismissed in that particular county or state, the disposition will remain “adjudication withheld” and the case will be closed. If the defendant violates the sentence, the disposition may be changed and the defendant can be found guilty.
Non-Conviction. The charges against the defendant are dropped.
Non-Conviction. The defendant forfeits or pays their bond in place of going to trial.
Non-conviction. There is no finding of guilt and the defendant is being discharged from trial but there are special conditions that must be followed. If the conditions are not followed, the discharge may be revoked in place of a finding of guilt.
An agreement or settlement to resolve a dispute between two parties without admission of guilt (in a criminal case) or liability (in a civil case) and most often refers to such a type of settlement in the United States.
Conviction. The defendant is found guilty of the charges.
Non-Conviction. Often seen in Fulton, GA. Not enough evidence that shows the defendant is guilty or that he/she is innocent. The case is set aside. If not brought back up, the case is closed.
Non-conviction. There is no finding of guilt. Rather, the judgment is set aside for a specific amount of time and the defendant must follow any conditions set forth. Depending upon the state or county, the case may be dismissed if the defendant successfully follows the conditions.
Non-Conviction. The charges against the defendant are dropped. Not enough evidence to convict.
Non-Conviction. Not enough evidence to convict the defendant.
This case has not been to trial yet and is normally found in Virginia.
Conviction. The jury finds the defendant guilty without his/her appearance in court.
Conviction. It has been proven that the defendant committed the crime.
Non-Conviction. The case never went to trial. It was ignored by the state.
Non-conviction. This is a program designated only for misdemeanor offenses in which the defendant may comply with the conditions of the program in order to avoid a conviction.
Non-Conviction. The court dropped the case and did not continue with the charges.
Non-Conviction. The district attorney never sent the case to court and it was not tried.
Non-Conviction. Mostly found in Florida. It means the case has been dropped.
Non-Conviction. The paperwork was never sent to the court by the district attorney and the case was never filed. Therefore, it was never brought to trial.
Conviction. This is Latin for “No Contest.” This is a plea that the defendant claims and then the court considers the defendant guilty.
Prosecutor has declared that he will not prosecute the case at this time.
Non-Conviction. Latin for “Not Prosecuted.” This means there was not enough evidence to convict the defendant. The case is dropped.
Non-Conviction. Same as adjudication withheld.
Non-Conviction. A jury or judge trial finding that the defendant is innocent.
The case has not been to trial at this time so there is no disposition to report.
Conviction. The defendant has pleaded guilty to the charges against him or her and the court accepts the plea as a conviction.
Non-Conviction. Deferred Prosecution, meaning the state did not prosecute. Often seen in North Carolina. For example, with worthless checks, it gives the defendant a chance to pay the check before being charged.
Non-conviction. A program the defendant is placed in before going to trial. If the defendant complies prior to trial time, the trial will not be held for the charge and the defendant is not convicted.
Non-Conviction. Defendant was not charged on this count due to being charged for another count.
Non-Conviction. The case never went to trial. The state refused to hear the case.
Non-Conviction. The case never went to trial. The state rejected the hearing of the case.
The case has not been to trial at this time. Found in North Carolina. A warrant, summons or paper from the district attorney’s office was issued for delivery to the defendant to appear for trial; however, the defendant could not be located. Therefore, the case is technically pending, however, the paperwork was never served.
Non-Conviction. Will not prosecute at this time. Eligible to be re-opened for one year for a violation that is committed during that time. After the one-year period, if no violations have been committed, it cannot be re-opened and the case is closed.
Non-Conviction. Often seen in Illinois. Stricken off docket with the ability to reinstate at a later date if deemed case can be prosecuted. This is often because the prosecutors run out of time to prosecute.
Conviction. Mainly found in the state of North Carolina. This means the defendant has waived his/her right to trial and has pleaded guilty to the charges. In turn, the court accepts the plea of guilt.
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