Milton, FL asked in Criminal Law and Probate for Ohio

Q: whats thia mean it was the last entry in docket

PV WARRANT DISMISSAL - MOTION AND ENTRY TERMINATING COMMUNITY CONTROL SANCTIONS - AGE OF WARRANT This matter is before the Court on oral motion of Community Control to terminate the previously imposed sanction of community control. Court finds the Offender has not absconded or otherwise absents him/herself from jurisdiction of the Court without permission from Community Control; nor is the Offender confined in any institution for the commission of any offenses known to Community Control pursuant to ORC Section 2951.07. Further the maximum Community Control the Offender may be subject to is 5 years & the Offender has now exceeded said time under ORC Section 2929.25(A) (2). ORDERED, the Community Control is terminated. Any outstanding bench warrant(s) are withdrawn through the Clerk of Court.

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Roger  Bouchard
Roger Bouchard
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Licensed in Ohio

A: This means you are no longer under any court orders. You are finished with probation. Depending on the charge you can seal it in either 1 or 3 years if it is a sealable offense.

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