What does unspecified mean on a background check?

What does unspecified mean on a background check?

It means that the charges are unspecified. If you want to KNOW (caps intentional) what a Jail / Marshall’s docket entry means then I suggest that you go straight to the source.

What does SOID mean in jail?

“Sheriff’s Office ID (Identification)” = SOID, most likely.

How long is a felony 4 carry in Ohio?

Offenders charged with F-4’s are subject to up to 18 months of imprisonment, with a minimum sentence of 6 months. Those charged with crime at this level will pay up to $5,000 in fines and spend up to five years on community control. Examples of F-4 violations include safecracking and motor vehicle theft.

What does FTA DUS mean?

FTA stands for failure to appear. It means there is a bench warrant for your arrest because you failed to appear in court at a designated time.

What are the different pods in jail?

The prison is divided into different sections, or ‘pods’ as they are otherwise known. The participants in the experiment are going into C Pod, which is known for its drug problems; D Pod, which is the most violent section of the prison; and F Pod, its female unit.

Can a felony 4 be expunged in Ohio?

The Ohio legislature passed significant changes to the sealing and expungement law in October of 2018. You can now expunge multiple convictions. You could have as many as five felonies expunged, as long as they are felonies of the 4th or 5th degree, and even that limit of five has since been removed.

What does C and S stand for?

C&S. Casualty & Survivability. Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.

What does CL mean in court?

Case Disposition Status (superior court cases)

CL Closed
Blank Case not closed on CSD

What are the five categories of jail offenders?

individuals pending trial, conviction, sentencing.

  • probation, parole, and bail bond violators and absconders.
  • Mentally ILL, pending movement to appropiate mental health facilities.
  • Inmates pending transfer to federal, state or other criminal justice authorities.
  • offenders assigned to community based programs.