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When it comes to legal matters, knowing the difference between discharge and dismissal is important. Discharge and dismissal are two terms that refer to the termination of a case, but each has its own unique meaning.
The most basic difference between discharge and dismissal is the finality of their outcomes. A discharge typically refers to when a case is concluded with no conviction against the defendant. This means that all charges against them are dropped and they may still be subject to any restrictions or obligations put on them by the court prior to their release from custody. On the other hand, a dismissal typically refers to when a case is concluded without any finding of guilt or innocence – essentially ending in an acquittal or no verdict at all.
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