Under the terms of the deferred entry of judgment sentence, Seemayer must participate in drug rehabilitation classes, submit to random drug tests and pay $100 in restitution.
What does DEJ stand for?
DEJ stands for Deferred Entry of Judgment (court mandated program for nonviolent drug offenders)
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- Military and Government
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- Defense Enterprise Integration Services ID/IQ Contract
- Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Applications
- Draft Environmental Impact Statement Summary
- Delhi Educational Institute for Teachers (India)
- Dipartimento Di Economia Istituzioni Territorio (Italian: Department of Economics Institutions Territory)
- Distance Education Information and Training Infrastructure (Goa University, India)
- Dynamic Ethernet Intelligent Transit Interface (computing)
- Destructeur Électrique d'Insectes Volants (French: Electric Destroyer of Flying Insects; bug zapper)
- Deus Ex: Invisible War (video game)
- Dale Earnhardt, Junior
- Dentino-Enamel Junction
- Département des Études Japonaises (French: Department of Japanese Studies)
- Dermal-Epidermal Junction
- Deutsche Esperanto-Jugend (German: German Esperanto Youth)
- Développons en Java (French: Develop in Java)
- Double Entry Journal (critical thinking activities notebook; various schools)
- Dermatological Education as Joint Accomplishment of Virtual Universities
- Delaware Journal of Corporate Law
- Double Exponential Jump-Diffusion (economic model)
- Département d'Etudes Juridiques et Économiques de Périgueux (French: Department of Legal Studies and Economics Perigueux)
Samples in periodicals archive:
``If the defendant fails the deferred entry of judgment program we get a report about the failure,'' said Portillo.
Fischer recommended that Hernandez be allowed to enter a deferred entry of judgment program, allowing him to keep his $93,000-a-year post, saying he was ``eligible, suitable and deserving of the opportunity and benefits'' of a deferred judgment.