Another legal question from smiley

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mrsmiley
7/28/10 5:23:53PM
I've looked but really can't find a solid definition for this term:

WITHDRAWN REQ OF PROSECUTOR/
FINDING OF WITHDRAWN REQ. OF PROSECUTION WAS DETERM AT DISPO
07-28-2010

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Smiley
RyanC
7/28/10 6:46:35PM

Posted by mrsmiley

I've looked but really can't find a solid definition for this term:

WITHDRAWN REQ OF PROSECUTOR/
FINDING OF WITHDRAWN REQ. OF PROSECUTION WAS DETERM AT DISPO
07-28-2010

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Smiley



Can you elaborate? My father is an attorney. I can probably get you get an answer, but I don't understand exactly what you're asking.
emfleek
7/28/10 6:48:51PM

Posted by mrsmiley

I've looked but really can't find a solid definition for this term:

WITHDRAWN REQ OF PROSECUTOR/
FINDING OF WITHDRAWN REQ. OF PROSECUTION WAS DETERM AT DISPO
07-28-2010

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


I believe this means the charges have been dropped (or withdrawn) at the request of the Prosecuting Attorney. The finding of the withdrawn request was determined at the disposition.
RyanC
7/28/10 6:52:59PM

Posted by emfleek


Posted by mrsmiley

I've looked but really can't find a solid definition for this term:

WITHDRAWN REQ OF PROSECUTOR/
FINDING OF WITHDRAWN REQ. OF PROSECUTION WAS DETERM AT DISPO
07-28-2010

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


I believe this means the charges have been dropped (or withdrawn) at the request of the Prosecuting Attorney. The finding of the withdrawn request was determined at the disposition.



I think you're probably correct Fleek. That was what I was thinking this meant as well.
mrsmiley
7/28/10 7:14:04PM

Posted by RyanC


Posted by mrsmiley

I've looked but really can't find a solid definition for this term:

WITHDRAWN REQ OF PROSECUTOR/
FINDING OF WITHDRAWN REQ. OF PROSECUTION WAS DETERM AT DISPO
07-28-2010

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Smiley



Can you elaborate? My father is an attorney. I can probably get you get an answer, but I don't understand exactly what you're asking.



From what i herd the guy is now being transfered to trial so perhaps they dropped the current charges and now decided to put him before a jury?

It's confusing for sure.
emfleek
7/28/10 9:09:47PM

Posted by mrsmiley

From what i herd the guy is now being transfered to trial so perhaps they dropped the current charges and now decided to put him before a jury?

It's confusing for sure.


He may have had some charges dropped and not others, which would explain why he's still going to trial.
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