What does court disposition [nol_prossed] mean?

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It's latin for "we shall no longer prosecute" Basically, what it means is that for whatever reason the prosecutor has decided not to pursue charges against the defendant. Source(s) Law Enforcement 4+ years.
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nol-pros
[nol-pros]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [NOL-PROSSED, NOL-PROS·SING. LAW.]
1.
to end by a nolle prosequi.
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nol-pros (nlprs) tr.v. nol-prossed, nol-pros·sing, nol-pros·ses To drop prosecution of by entering a nolle prosequi in court records. [Short for nolle prosequi.]
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/nol-prossing
nol-pros (nŏl′prŏs′) tr.v. nol-prossed, nol-pros·sing, nol-pros·ses To drop prosecution of by entering a nolle prosequi in court records. [Short
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nol-pros (nlprs) tr.v. nol-prossed, nol-pros·sing, nol-pros·ses To drop prosecution of by entering a nolle prosequi in court records. [Short for nolle prosequi.]
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/nol-prosses
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