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CASE STATUS (PROSECUTION)
|Data Element:||CASE STATUS (PROSECUTION)|
|Definition:||A coded representation of the processing stage of a case received by the Prosecutor's Office.|
|Standard of Verification:||Prosecution case file folder.|
|User Teams:||Corrections, Courts and Law Enforcement|
|Tables / Codes:||Open where future proceedings are scheduled:
01 - Open: Pending Filing of Complaint in a court of original jurisdiction
10 - Open: Pending Disposition
11 - Open: Pending Sentence
12 - Open: Pending Re-Sentence
13 - Open: Sentence Imposed - Pending Execution of Sentence
19 - Open: Processing Stage Unknown
Suspended where no future proceedings are scheduled:
20 - Suspended: Pending Disposition
21 - Suspended: Pending Sentence
22 - Suspended: Pending Re-sentence
23 - Suspended: Sentence Imposed - Pending
Execution of Sentence
29 - Suspended: Processing Stage Unknown
30 - Closed: There has been a declined to prosecute, a dismissal, an acquittal, or a conviction for which a sentence has been executed.
No future court date has been set, and no appeal is pending.
40 - Pending Appellate Action: The case has been disposed in the court of original jurisdiction and is now pending Appellate Action.
50 - Transferred: Case has been transferred to another jurisdiction.
99 - Unknown
|Comments:||Outcome(s) of previous proceeding(s) will provide details of the case status.
A case can be re-opened after it has been closed due to certain conditions, for example, violation of probation, and post-judgement motions.
Cases disposed can return to a pending disposition status as a result of certain court activity, e.g., plea withdrawn.
See also CRIMINAL PROCEEDING OUTCOME, REASON FOR ADJOURNMENT, and CHARGE DISPOSITION TYPE.
|Page Info:||DATE STANDARD ESTABLISHED: 9/94
DATE STANDARD REVISED: 9/97
DATE STANDARD REVISED: 8/99