Conviction

What is a conviction?

New York Criminal Procedure Law § 1.20 (13) provides that:

"Conviction" means the entry of a plea of guilty to, or a verdict of guilty upon, an accusatory instrument other than a felony complaint, or to one or more counts of such instrument.

Example

"Josh was arrested for grand larceny but convicted of petit larceny."

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