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judificatiion withheld

How does judification withheld work?

Asked on 7/10/07, 2:20 pm

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Nicolas Babinsky SealMyRecord.Com
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Re: judificatiion withheld

Basically means the court finds you guilty but is not adjudicating you guilty (convicting you). Most withholds of adjudication qualify to get sealed if you don't have any other criminal cases where you were adjudicated guilty. If you want to seal your case, feel free to give me a call.

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Answered on 7/26/07, 11:00 pm

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