The term "disposed" is an inexact and relatively unhelpful term. In the context of a criminal case, a case that has been "disposed of" means that all elements of the case have been concluded and it no longer remains pending. Sometimes the term is used to mean that a criminal case has been terminated through being dismissed or through an order of Nolle Prosqui (sometimes called "Nolle Prossed" or "not prosecuted"). It would be wise to consut that DUI criminal defense attorney to become informed about the exact and precise outcome of the case, and it would be wise to consult with an immigration attorney about eligibility and steps to take in seeking to reunite with your husband.
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David N. Soloway
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