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  • Prosecutors offered then to let him plead guilty and receive an " adjournment in contemplation of dismissal ."
  • Sometimes he was just considerately released in what's known as " adjournment in contemplation of dismissal ."
  • In the state of New York, a similar process is known as adjournment in contemplation of dismissal ( ACOD ).
  • Instead, a judge ordered a six-month adjournment in contemplation of dismissal, on condition of the rabbi's good behavior.
  • Since the first three arrests were on misdemeanor charges, a judge granted adjournments in contemplation of dismissal on the weapons and trespass charges.
  • He granted each an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal, meaning their petit larceny charges will be dismissed if they comply with his orders.
  • The greatest increase has come in the use of a legal device called adjournment in contemplation of dismissal, or ACD . Under an ACD, charges against defendants are dismissed as long as they stay out of trouble, typically for six months.
  • In criminal procedure, the defendant subject to the adjournment in contemplation of dismissal is restored to the status he or she occupied prior to arrest, either during or after the period of adjournment that accompanies the ACD : that is, all expunged.
  • Many of those arrested are not inclined to accept the offers of " adjournment in contemplation of dismissal "-- more a wrist-tap than a wrist-slap-- proposed by prosecutors in Manhattan, according to Bruce Bentley of the National Lawyers Guild.
  • "The fact that they are offering you an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal seems to me, although obviously I cannot speak for the thinking of the New York district attorney's office _ Lord knows that _ that that indicates a recognition on their part that this case is different, that your position has some degree of merit ."
  • In United States criminal law, "'adjournment in contemplation of dismissal "'( "'ACD "'or "'ACOD "') may be offered to a defendant in the interest of justice with a view toward ultimate dismissal of the adjourns the case for a period of six months ( sometimes a year ) after which time the case will be dismissed as long as the defendant has stayed out of trouble ( i . e ., has not gotten arrested again ).