It's Latin and often translated into English as "to be unwilling to prosecute." It means there was a charge filed, but the State elected not to proceed further.
It is different than dismissal, but often the practical effects are the same. In certain circumstances, the State could resume or re-file the charge, but that is quite rare.
Those words are the sweetest words a person can hear, besides their own name.
It is Latin for 'we go no further' or 'we no longer prosecute.'
Legally, this means your charges are dropped!
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It means the State Attorney's Office dropped some or all of the criminal charges. The reason why is not specifically known based on the information here. It could have been dropped for any number of reasons. Crimes should be taken seriously and so a nolle pros is a favorable outcome for a defendant, as long as the charges don't get re-filed.
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