what does nolle prosequi : all counts means? are all charges waived off from me?

Question Details: i was charged with theft which i did not do. but later after few hours in jail i was bailed for $1000. now my case is closed and it says nolle prosequi: all counts. what does that mean? am i innocent? or are there charges still on me?

Donald Appignani Answered 10 years ago | Contributor
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