The Prayer For Judgement law in North Carolina and South Carolina, unlike
other U.S. states, allows traffic violators and some misdemeanor offenders to
Mar 3, 2011 ... A Prayer for Judgment or a PJC is unique to North Carolina Law. Only a judge
may grant you a PJC in the state of North Carolina, and it is ...
A “Prayer for Judgment Continued,” also referred to as a “PJC,” is unique to North
Carolina and is available only to North Carolina residents. A PJC is a tool that ...
A prayer for judgment continued, or what is often referred to as a PJC, means that
although a ...
Sep 18, 2009 ... Defendants are generally pretty happy to get a PJC. When a judge continues
prayer for judgment the defendant avoids punishment and is often ...
Sep 20, 2011 ... The PJC is a creature unique to North Carolina, and has risen to mythical “cure
all” status ... PJC is short for Prayer for Judgment Continued.
Feb 23, 2009 ... It has become clear to me in my work with judges and lawyers around the state
that use of prayer for judgment continued—a practice virtually ...
A Prayer for Judgement Continued is to give you an opportunity to correct the
legality resulting in the ticket being issued (pay fine) and return to ...
A prayer for judgment continued is similar to deferred prosecution. ... however,
the prayer for judgement continued (PJC) seems to be unique to North Carolina.
A PJC in NC stands for Prayer for Judgment Continued. A "PJC" means a Judge
continues judgment so that no finding of guilt is entered into the Court record.