2. During the period of suspension and at the request of the person who has benefited from a deferred injunction referred to in paragraph 1, of the advocate of the State or of mutual assistance, the court may, after hearing the lawyer of the State and the person, modify the requirements imposed by the court; add other requirements or exempt the person from a requirement imposed by the tribunal that, in the Tribunal`s opinion, represents a disproportionate burden on the person. What happens after accepting a deferred judgment is up to you. Your future depends on whether or not you meet the conditions of your parole satisfactorily. Persons prosecuted for non-violent offences may request deferred registration of the sentence. This is a common practice in cases of possession of controlled substances or other minor drug-related offences. In Maryland, the postponed decision is referred to as parole before the verdict (PBJ). The conditions for this principle are laid down in Title 6-220 of the Article of Criminal Procedure of the State.  This law allows a judge to defer sentencing (i.e., delay the registration of a “guilty verdict”) if the accused pleads guilty in writing or does not have a candidate, provided certain conditions are met. Since the verdict is not found “guilty,” a PBJ is not legally considered a conviction for a crime, and therefore, the accused does not have to have a criminal record, for example.B. for the purposes of applications, he or she does not have to reveal it as a conviction, although a full review of the criminal context will always reveal the case.  4. For the purposes of a deferred injunction, a person is considered sentenced if the sentence is imposed by the court. Now the accused must plead not guilty to distract himself. Without the means, the judgment will no longer be rendered before the deviation. The trial is now referred to as a “pre-judicial distraction.” The deferred recording of the judgment or the penal code § 1000 is related to the fact that someone pleads guilty to a crime, but is not convicted at the time he makes this admission of guilt. The case is usually outdated for about a year. Deferred trial is used as an instrument for the rehabilitation of certain offenders. It is most often used to respond to drug-related crimes. Prosecutors will check your case and determine if you are a good candidate for rehabilitation. You may be a good candidate for a deferred judgment if you: The decision of a deferred order is by 17-A M.R.S.A. § 1348-B, which requires the court to hold a trial hearing at which the defendant bears the burden by demonstrating, as an overweight evidence, that he has complied with the terms of the deferred disposition agreement. If the defendant can make such a presentation, the Tribunal will follow the solution contained in the agreement, which generally consists in allowing the defendant to withdraw its plea and dismiss the case. However, dismissal is not guaranteed, since the agreement may require the State to introduce a new lesser charge, to which the defendant makes a plea and is sentenced in accordance with the terms of the deferred order agreement.
If the defendant is unable to prove, by weight of evidence, that he complied with the deferred disposition agreement, the court will sentence the defendant to the original charge, in accordance with the terms of the agreement. If, in the course of the agreement, the prosecutor likely has reason to believe that the accused is not complying with the deferred injunction agreement or has committed new criminal conduct, the prosecutor may ask the court to terminate the deferred injunction and convict the original charge. . . .