judgment of conviction

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Noun1.judgment of conviction - (criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed; "the conviction came as no surprise"
final decision, final judgment - a judgment disposing of the case before the court; after the judgment (or an appeal from it) is rendered all that remains is to enforce the judgment
murder conviction - conviction for murder
rape conviction - conviction for rape
robbery conviction - conviction for robbery
criminal law - the body of law dealing with crimes and their punishment
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"So, if there is a pending motion for reconsideration of or appeal from the judgment of conviction, the disqualification does not yet attach," she added.
(a) Should <begin strikethrough>a<end strikethrough> an order, judgment of conviction, decision or action <begin strikethrough>or an order of a governmental authority<end strikethrough> on which the suspension or termination of membership was based under section 7.3 of the bylaws be reversed or otherwise set aside or invalidated, such suspension shall terminate or such member shall become reinstated when a certified copy of the order reversing or otherwise setting aside or invalidating such order, conviction, decision or action <begin strikethrough>or order<end strikethrough> is filed with the secretary of the joint trial board, who shall refer the matter to the professional ethics division for whatever action it deems appropriate.
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
Timothy Curtis appeals a judgment of conviction, entered upon his no-contest plea, to second-offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI).
"This means that the judgment of conviction is ripe for the execution which is realized by the service of the sentence by the convicted accused," Tang added.
Once the judgment of conviction becomes final and executory, the trial court has the ministerial duty to immediately execute the penalty of imprisonment and or pecuniary penalty,' the court ruled.
Caleb Hawley appeals a judgment of conviction of the Dodge County Circuit Court denying sentence credit.
Six concurring votes are needed for a judgment of conviction.
Even the court, in denying the bail petition, categorically stated that its adjudication should not be construed as a judgment of conviction," read the statement.