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What does the term retired criminal mean My son went back

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What does the term retired criminal mean? My son went back to court for a review and the court docket states retired criminal.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  N Cal Attorney replied 6 years ago.
Can you quote the complete docket entry for that date?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

Rule entry date 10/02/2008 case number XXXXX State of Tennessee vs Calvin Zemer Rule Entry Hearing Result: for Calvin Gerald Zemer -Hearing held 10/08/2008 9:00:00 AM -Retired- Criminal

Judge was sitisfied Defendant was meeting all conditions ordered. No furthe reviews will be needed Hearing Entered: Crimal scheduled for Calvin Gerald Zemer on 10/08/2009

Customer: replied 6 years ago.

Rule entry date 10/02/2008 case number XXXXX State of Tennessee vs Calvin Zemer Rule Entry Hearing Result: for Calvin Gerald Zemer -Hearing held 10/08/2008 9:00:00 AM -Retired- Criminal

Judge was sitisfied Defendant was meeting all conditions ordered. No furthe reviews will be needed Hearing Entered: Crimal scheduled for Calvin Gerald Zemer on 10/08/2009 9:00:00 AM Timothy Easter Case status Change: Disposed

Expert:  N Cal Attorney replied 6 years ago.
It looks like the case was closed, and/or the judge was a retired criminal court judge.

I have never seen a docket entry exactly like that and I would call the clerk of the court and ask what that entry means.