What Is The Difference Between Being Charged and Convicted?
There is a big difference between being charged and convicted. If you're charged with a crime, that just means that you are accused, you have not in fact been found guilty of anything yet. If you're convicted, that means you either plead guilty or you were found guilty of that crime.
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