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A finding of guilt is a ruling made by a judge. A judge will make a finding of guilt in one of two situations:
Except in certain cases, if a judge makes a finding of guilt, the judge will give the offender a sentence.
Depending on the type of sentence given, the judge may also register a conviction against the offender.