judgment of conviction

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(criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed

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4 of the bylaws may request that the suspension terminate or may request reinstatement if <begin strikethrough>a<end strikethrough> an order, judgment of conviction, <begin strikethrough>an order or finding of any court, or<end strikethrough> decision or action <begin strikethrough>an order of the governmental authority<end strikethrough> on which the suspension or <begin strikethrough>expulsion<end strikethrough> termination was based has been reversed or otherwise set aside or invalidated.
Adult offenders would be eligible for an order vacating the judgment of conviction when they had "[f]ully satisfied the sentence and led a law-abiding life for [five] years.
The petition also said Desierto could not conduct any criminal investigation into Estrada while the impeachment trial against him has not been terminated and no judgment of conviction has been rendered as required by the Constitution.
law, once there is a final judgment of conviction entered against Dr.
a member is subject to a final judgment of conviction for criminal fraud or for a crime punishable by imprisonment for more than one year; or
An individual convicted of a criminal offense in a court of this Commonwealth and serving a term of imprisonment or awaiting execution may apply by making a written motion to the sentencing court for the performance of forensic DNA testing on specific evidence that is related to the investigation or prosecution that resulted in the judgment of conviction.
Unless the jury verdict is set aside by the trial judge, a judgment of conviction could be entered as early as August 31, 2002, depending on the amount of time needed for the Government and Andersen to brief and argue post-trial motions.
Terminated because of a final judgment of conviction for crimes punishable by imprisonment for more than one year: