Sentencing Records contain the facts from cases heard in court criminal cases. These are made available to the public and are taken from the transcripts of the hearings at which the judge imposes a sentence.
When a person is arrested, tried and is convicted by a jury or enters a plea bargain, the judge schedules a sentencing hearing. The facts about the sentencing hearing are included in Sentencing Records. Several things may take place during a sentencing hearing. The judge may:
sentence the person serve time in a state prison
sentence the person to serve time in a county jail- this is common in misdemeanor cases
sentence the person, but suspend the sentence and impose probation
order the person into rehab, such as in a drug case.
If a sentence is suspended and the person is put on probation, but then violates the terms of the probation, the original jail or prison sentence then can be imposed and the offender additionally may be ordered to pay fines.
You can find out everything with Sentencing Records. All you need is a name and your search is free. Sentencing Records uses secure servers to ensure your search is confidential. Search Sentencing Records today for the facts you need.
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