So you were apparently convicted of a crime, a felony, with no jail time, no fines, and no court costs?
In addition you were told never to come back to any court?
There are usually conditions placed upon the defendant during the fixed period of conditional discharge. These conditions can include that the offender must report to the court’s social service department as directed, cannot violate any criminal statutes, must not possess a firearm, must not leave the state without permission, perform community service, pay restitution, fines, court costs, complete drug and alcohol treatment, and other conditions that the court determines appropriate.
Conditional Discharge is a conviction and an actual sentence on the offender.
I'm not saying you're lying, I'm saying someone dropped the ball big time in Cook County.
You should have at least got some piece of paper from the court, either at the time or by mail later.
Edited by BobPistol, 20 January 2017 - 06:38 AM.