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Criminal conviction final even if appeal is taken (access required)

Where appellant was convicted of DUI, third conviction in five years, his second conviction can be used as a predicate offense even though the conviction was pending on appeal. A conviction pending on appeal is a final judgment. Further, an order suspending execution of appellant’s sentence did not affect the conviction’s finality. Final judgment? “The dispositive issue before ...