That's a win. Pay the court costs and take the expungement.
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Short answer is he won. His case is over, dismissed, he was not convicted. He will need to pay the court cost prior to expunging or clearing his record. As for parole, that's a different story and up to tn board of parole what they do now.
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It sounds like the State dropped all charges against him and he can no longer be charged with these crimes. The judge, however, ordered that he pay the court costs. The clerk will send a bill and he will need to make arrangements to pay the bill.
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