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In the state of Connecticut, criminal records have two parts – a master record and a charge record.
The master record (shown above the line of asterisks) gives the basic case information regarding the court location and docket number, plus the name, DOB, and address of the defendant (at the time of arraignment).
Date and place of arrest are also shown, as is the disposition date and any sentencing notes. The sentencing notes in the master record often summarize conditions upon release or probation. This master record lists the same case twice with one important difference.
The disposition dates for the two records are different, which is typical when a violation of probation count is entered and the sentence is modified. The second disposition date reflects the date of the verdict on the probation violation.
The charge record (shown below the line of asterisks) lists all counts remaining in the case at the time the verdict was entered. Entry of a guilty verdict on any one surviving count makes all counts disclosable. The charge record shows the original offense and its type (felony/misdemeanor) and class (Class A, B, etc.). The record also displays sentencing information, any suspended time or time served, and the duration of any probationary period imposed.
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