** Illinois Court Disposition **

Supervision can be a sentence after a conviction or it can reflect a disposition in which an individual admits to the crime, but the court does not immediately enter judgment. Instead, the court sentences the individual to a conditional and revocable release similar to probation, but without probationary supervision. The court may impose conditions and reporting requirements. If the defendant successfully completes the term of supervision, the defendant is discharged, a judgment dismissing the charges is entered and, on request of the defendant, the charges are expunged. Supervision successfully completed is not a “conviction.”