Assuming you have no other convictions, in this case you were not convicted because the prosecutor dismissed the case, therefore your answer would be no.Ask a similar question
Nolle Prosequi is basically Latin for a dismissal. Your case has technically been dismissed, but without prejudice means the state can refile.
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You were never convicted. The answer therefor is no.
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