Q: How do go about obtaining a "Final Disposition".
A: This is not something you should normally be seeking to obtain :) These kinds of questions inevitably require inquiries that are very fact specific; contact an attorney if you are facing a legal problem related to this.
A: What you may be looking for is a certified disposition, which is important regarding immigration issues. The purpose of this is to show immigration, or a potential employer, that your case was dismissed or what the final resolution was. You should be able to go to any clerk's office to obtain this. In Cook County the fee is $9.
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