what does WH ADJ W/FINE & COST mean?

It is the disposition of your case, the final outcome. “WH” means “withhold” of adjudication. “W/”means “with.” Fines and costs means you were charged fines and costs.
A withhold means that you entered a plea but weren’t formally convicted. They withheld the adjudication. The sentence included fines and court costs. You can have a w/hold of adjudication sealed, which means it’s removed from public record and then employers won’t find it. HIre a lawyer to begin the sealing process. Also, get a certified copy of the disposition from the Clerk where you were sentenced.

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