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defendants discharged record

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where to obtain a jail discharge / complete from harris county jail for a offense convicted in 2003


 


can i get this on the same day. can a third party with the respondent's authorization get this


 


i need this by tomorow, can i do it

Thank you for your question. I look forward to working with you to provide you the information you are seeking for educational purposes only.

I am sorry, what are you specifically asking for? If the person was released from jail and completed their sentence that information is public record with the Harris County Clerk of Court. Please explain a bit more what specifically you are looking for here.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

defendant was sentenced to jail 150 days


 


i need a document to say that he is discharged


 


i saw the judgment online but with status "disposed"


 


what disposed meant?


 


should i get a separate sheet indicating that he completed his jail time already (Defendant's discharged); how do i get it


 

Thank you for your response.

You do not get a separate paper from the jail showing he is discharged. All that is available would be a report from the Clerk of Court's office saying the length of sentence and the case was "disposed" meaning it is over and time was served. That you can get from the clerk and they can stamp it and sign it as a true copy. That is all that would be available.




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