I have a cdv from 2013. I checked my records and it says disposed for status. I don't know what that means
It means the case is finished and a final judgment was made. If you are looking online, click the sentencing tab to see what you received as a sentence.
It means that the case is over and judgment has been rendered. As to punishment, fines, ect, contact your lawyer, public defender, clerk of court, etc.
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