Frequency Asked Question

Acquitted Conduct is conduct by defendant that a jury has declared them innocent of, aka “Acquitted”

The status of international company may be granted to a CA enterprise in any of the following cases:

a) if the enterprise has at least two years of experience in carrying out the permitted activities, on the basis of which it applies to obtain the status;

b) if the enterprise is a representative of a non-resident enterprise, which has at least two years of experience in the permitted activities.

Yes. Constitutionally, there should be no difference between Acquitted Conduct, Dismissed Conduct and Relevant Conduct. Each of these three types of conduct are used to enhance Federal sentences. And all three types of conduct are virtually identically. If a defendant is innocent of conduct, then said conduct should be ignored, whether it be Acquitted Conduct, Dismissed Conduct or Relevant Conduct.

Acquitted Conduct is conduct which a jury determines a defendant was innocent of, during the course of a trial. Dismissed Conduct is virtually identical. The difference is Dismissed Conduct is conduct dismissed by a prosecutor prior to, during or following the negotiation of a plea agreement. 

This has yet to be determined, but two sitting Supreme Court justices say yes, and so do we. 

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