What Does Adjudication Withheld Mean?


Adjudication withheld means that you have not been formally convicted of a crime, even if you were found guilty. Unless you get your record expunged or sealed, it will still show up as a conviction.
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Adjudication withheld means that a person is found not guilty legally by the courts. They will serve out a probation period and if completed successfully, there will be no further action taken in the case.
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