Go to the court where the case was held and ask for a copy of the docket or judgment.
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The clerk of the court - for a felony that would be the "district clerk" - keeps files on criminal cases pretty much forever.
My suggestion is that you go to the clerk's office and ask to see the file. It should have the court's judgment in it. Buy a copy of the judgement. Should only cost a few dollars. Take that to a reputable criminal defense lawyer and ask what it means.
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