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What do Disposition Descriptions: COURT ORDER FOR RELEASE and STATE PRISON mean?

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There were two cases. One says, COURT ORDER FOR RELEASE. The other says, STATE PRISON. There are no Sent. Days for either case. It's confusing to me. What does this all mean for my friend?

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There really is not enough information for me to answer your question fully, but I'll do the best I can. "Court Order For Release" means the court is releasing something (a passport or other property) or someone. The one that states "State Prison" probably means the person was sentenced to state prison.
Your friend should hire a local attorney to explain it fully after reviewing the orders.

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