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The disposition on a criminal record is the current status or final outcome of an arrest or prosecution. Common dispositions are: Convicted: means you have plead or been found guilty by a court of law. Acquitted: means you have been found not guilty by a court of law in a criminal trial.What does it mean when a case status reads disposed?
If your case status says that your case has been disposed, it means that the proceedings of your case have been completed, a final order is issued, and the trial has ended. Another way of saying this is if a case has been "junked" or "dismissed."What is case status, and what does it mean?
Case status is used to compute time in process for each case and to determine if the case meets time standards. If a "begin" code is entered, the case management status automatically changes on the Basic and Docket screens from active/blank or completed to one of the "suspended" statuses. The case remains in a "suspended" status until an appropriate "return" code is entered. When "begin" codes are entered with no intervening "return" code, the case management status does not change.What does 'disposed' mean under the disposition of a case?
Disposed is a generic legal term meaning the case or proceeding is completed. Disposition is used in reference to the way in which the case was resolved. Some examples of the disposition of a case are: conviction, acquittal, dismissal, etc., not to be confused with verdict, which is a finding of guilty or not guilty, etc.