How do I determine if I had Adjudication of Guilt Withheld?

I entered a Pre-Trial Intervention program in 1989 and completed all requirements. My case was filed Nolle Prosequi. I believe I did not have Adjudication of Guilt Withheld since I was never found guilty, bt wanted to double check. Thank you.

Fort Lauderdale, FL -

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Colleen M. Glenn

Colleen M. Glenn

Criminal Defense Attorney - Bradenton, FL
Answered

If you completed the program and received a nolle prosequi then you received neither an adjudication nor a which hold of adjudication. You case was dropped which is better than a withhold of adjudication.
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Eugene Bullard Nichols

Eugene Bullard Nichols

Criminal Defense Attorney - Jacksonville, FL
Answered

Google clerk where it happened. Get number for misdemeanor division of clerk's office. call them. see if they can send you a disposition report, if one still exists. If you got a nol pros, then the charges were dropped. You can petition to seal/expunge if this is the only incident in your life. Call or email with any questions.

Gene

Eric J Trabin

Eric J Trabin

Criminal Defense Attorney - Winter Park, FL
Answered

You neither had adjudication withheld nor were adjudicated guilty. Adjudication withheld is when you are sentenced on a case (either from a plea or trial) but aren't technically convicted. Your charges were actually dropped, which is far better than a withhold.

This is not to be considered legal advice nor does an attorney-client relationship exist.
Roger P. Foley

Roger P. Foley

Criminal Defense Attorney - Fort Lauderdale, FL
Answered

Order copy of disposition from clerk if court and get it certified because you will need anyway if you seal or expunge

Stanley Howard Orner

Stanley Howard Orner

Criminal Defense Attorney - Boca Raton, FL
Answered

The very notion of your successfull completion of the Pre-trial Intervention program as you stated qualified you to receive a Nolle Prosequi, ie- no information will be filed and thus your case was dismissed. The court no longer has jurisdiction and thus has no authority to sentence you or make any findings.

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