The period after a plea, or a finding of involvement in a crime, during which the respondent has been given probation and he or she must follow the conditions as outlined in the disposition order (Probation or Consent Degree).
A trust that instructs the trustee to spend only as much income and principal (the assets held in the trust) as needed for the beneficiary's support.
To forbid the use of evidence at a trial because it is improper or was improperly obtained. See also exclusionary rule.
A bond purchased at the expense of the estate to insure the executor’s proper performance.
Another name for joint tenancy.
A court ruling upholding an objection or a motion.