Sentence imposed and stayed is a legal term used in criminal sentencing. The defendant in the case is placed on probation. The prison sentence will not be served if the individual successfully completes the probation period.
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what does sentence imposed and stayed mean
When someone is convicted --or pleads guilty---to a crime, they receive a punishment known legally as a sentence. Sentences can vary from paying a fine to a serving time in a correctional institution and may or may not include probation....
A sentence is a decree of punishment. In law, a sentence forms the final explicit act of a judge-ruled process, and also the symbolic principal act connected to his function. The sentence can generally...