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A stay of execution is a court order to temporarily suspend the execution of a court judgment or other court order. The word "execution" does not necessarily mean the death penalty; it ref...

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Sentence Imposed And Stayed, Placed on Probation means the court has sentenced you to a specific term, but has ordered that sentence not be carried out and ...

What does the legal term "stayed and imposed" mean? | Reference ...

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"Stayed and imposed" means that a criminal court judge imposes a sentence but stays that sentence, meaning that the convict does not immediately serve the ...

What is a stayed sentence - Q&A - Avvo

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Jul 18, 2011 ... In WI in order for a sentence to be stayed, it first has to be imposed. So the court would have had to impose a sentence and then stay it, then ...

Stay Definition - Duhaime.org

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The legal definition of Stay is To stop; to suspend; also known as a stay of ... either indefinitely or until the occurrence of a condition imposed by the court. ... by statute or Court order, creditor collection proceedings might be stayed for a limited ...

Suspended sentence legal definition of suspended sentence

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Definition of suspended sentence in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English ... convicted of shoplifting for the first time, the judge could impose thirty days of ...

Stay legal definition of stay

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Definition of stay in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and ... the court before a case begins, the court may order the proceedings stayed for a ... cite the party for Contempt of court and impose a fine or order incarceration.

Probation legal definition of probation

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Definition of probation in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English ... exceed the maximum term of imprisonment that could have been imposed for the crime. ... such as performing public service work, staying away from liquor, paying a fine,  ...

Impose | Definition of Impose by Merriam-Webster

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to cause (something, such as a tax, fine, rule, or punishment) to affect someone or something by using your authority. : to establish or create (something ...

Wisconsin Legislature: 973.176 - Menu

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As such, a defendant was not entitled to sentence credit on a later imposed ... is later revoked and the defendant commences serving an imposed and stayed ...

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What does "sentence imposed and stayed" mean? | Reference.com

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... Wisconsin Department of Corrections, "sentence imposed and stayed" means that the court has sentenced someone to jail, but has stayed, meaning delayed, ...

What Does "Sentence Imposed & Stayed" Mean? | eHow

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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 ...

Suspended Sentences - FindLaw

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First, a judge can either suspend a sentence before the sentence is imposed, or before it is executed. Suspending a sentence prior to the imposition means that ...