i got arrested in 2006 for possession of marijauna 0-20 grams ..the disposition say nolle pro-court opt...what does this mean and will it prevent me from getting a job as a truck driver..
Personal Injury Lawyer
A nolle pros refers to a dismissal of your case (non prosecution of your case). The Trucking Company hiring policy will determine whether or not they will hire you. They will base their decison on your driving and criminal record.
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Speeding / Traffic Ticket Lawyer
You should see about getting that sealed or expunged. If the company has a company policy that says, we don't hire if you have ever been charged, then they probably will not hire you. If their policy is, we will not hire if you have a conviction, then there is a better chance they will hire you, because you do not have a conviction. If it is up to an individual and there is no company policy, I would attach a letter to the application explaining what happened. It the "LEGAL WORLD" a nolle pros means nothing--it is like it never happened. Please click on the website, thank you.
Criminal Defense Attorney
Like the other answers say, Nolle Prosse is the state's dismissal. The part that says court opt usually refers to a pre-trial program in Miami-Dade county called Court Options. It shows you entered a pre-trial program to get your case dismissed.
You should have your record expunged.
Nolle Prosse means the case was dismissed. In Florida, having a nolle prosse makes you eligible to have the case expunged (assuming you have not had a previous records expunction).
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