That is the code that is used on the Dallas County database for No Finding Of Guilt. It means someone recieved a deferred adjudication probation and succesfully completed the same.
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It really depends on when the blood was drawn. The issue is whether you were intoxicated at the time you were driving. Also, you should check on what the blood test screened for, they are not all encompassing. A negative test helps, but it might not get you out of the woods.
The probation officer saying that it is going to court means that they intend to file a motion. The motion will be either a motion to revoke probation, or a motion to proceed to adjudication, depending on if he is on what we commonly call a straight probation or a deferred adjudication, respectively. The motion will allege that while he was on probation/deferred adjudication he violated certain specific conditions. If the state can prove the allegations in the motion, the judge can pretty...
Set the case for jury trial. Usually it will be many months before the court will have an opportunity to hear the case and a: the officer will fail to show up (quite common) or b: He won't remember enough of the facts for the government to proceed. You can always ask for deferred and the prosecutor will usually offer it unless you have a history.
I don't practice in Pennsylvania, but I highly doubt that any judge would have continuing jurisdiction (power to do something) on a case that old. Convictions are more permanent than tattoos. Your best bet at this point is probably going to be to seek a pardon from the governor. they are generally hard to get, but not impossible, if he has really changed his life.
I know you don't want to hear this, and that's why you posted this question on this site in the hopes of avoiding the costs associated with the advice I am going to give you. In any situation where you have been charged with a criminal offense, it is absolutely essential that you hire an attorney. Time after time, I've been hired on cases where the client had first tried to plead their case on their own. Their attempts to "nip in the bud" the "misunderstanding", although earnest and sincere,...