Legal definition of Offender
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Offender

1
"Offender" means any person who has been convicted of a crime for which he may be committed to the custody of the department and is at least one of the following:
(a) committed to the custody of the department;
(b) on probation; or
(c) on parole. (Title 64, Chapter 13 d, Sec. 1)
Source: Utah Code / Constitution. website
2
A person who, in this state, is convicted of or pleads guilty to a felony or a misdemeanor.
Source: Ohio Revised Code. website
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