Motion for Probation or Conditional Discharge
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Conditional discharge is a form of deferred adjudication in which the sentence is served with probationary conditions attached, under which the full penalty may be reinstated upon a violation of the terms of probation during the stated probationary period. Availability of conditional discharge, conditions and lengths of probationary periods vary by state and by the individual case. It is more commonly used in cases of first offenders and juvenile offenders.
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