was an associate of Rudy's "CONVICTED" today ?? )Again, the bet was on conviction.
"Judgement" is a later final process, sometimes much later, depending on sentence hearing.
If you wanted to bet on "judgement", then that's what it should've been on.
Judgement is not the same as a conviction, it's always the last function of the sentencing, in most cases.
"If you've been convicted at trial or you've taken a plea agreement in a felony criminal case then the last hearing that will conclude your case is called a Judgment and Sentencing Hearing."
https://www.hamplaw.com/judgment-and-sentencing#:~:text=If you've been convicted,a Judgment and Sentencing Hearing.&text=If a defendant goes to,is the determination of guilt.
his is convicted.
As mentioned, there is no Judgement of Conviction filed for this case as evidenced by your own link, Surfdog.(k) Judgment.
(1) In General. In the judgment of conviction, the court must set forth the plea, the jury verdict or the court's findings, the adjudication, and the sentence. If the defendant is found not guilty or is otherwise entitled to be discharged, the court must so order. The judge must sign the judgment, and the clerk must enter it.
Again, Judgement is the final stage of Conviction.
Where in the bet does it say anything about "judgement"?
YOU specifically used the term "conviction" in the bet. So it must have substance, right?
Judgement is the very final stage in sentencing. It can take weeks or months after the initial guilty plea/conviction hearing.
not it isn't. no you haven't.Guilty plea is exact same thing as a conviction. I've already posted legal proof of this term.