Additional collateral consequences are compounded once an individual is convicted of a crime or their case otherwise reaches a disposition, such as a No Contest plea, a guilty verdict after trial, or other similar determination. At this juncture, the case is still under the jurisdiction of the court. If the case has an imprisonment or jail time element, the individual usually loses their employment, housing, and days, months, or years of their lives to incarceration. The disposition of the case is likely reflected in public records, unless there is an expungement statute or other agreed-upon outcome negotiated between the prosecution, the defense, and the court which involves some kind of expungement upon successful completion of certain requirements, such as anger management classes or substance abuse treatment.