Tag: Diversion

  • Mental Health Diversion

    Mental Health Diversion

    Diversion programs allow individuals charged with crimes to earn case dismissals by completing court-ordered requirements. One such program is the Mental Health Diversion, which aims to treat the underlying mental condition that contributed to the offense. Eligibility requires a diagnosed mental disorder significant to the charge.

  • Judicial Diversion

    Judicial Diversion

    Judicial Diversion allows certain misdemeanor offenders to participate in a court-supervised program. If successfully completed, the court dismisses the charges. Some exceptions exist for certain more severe crimes. The offender must meet specific conditions during the diversion period, which could last up to 24 months. Non-completion leads to criminal proceedings…

  • Drug Diversion

    Drug Diversion

    Diversion programs are an opportunity for you to earn a dismissal of your case. To earn a dismissal, you must complete any court ordered requirements. There are a few different diversion programs with different eligibility requirements. Those include Drug Diversion, for people facing certain drug related offenses. We will discuss…

  • Military Diversion

    Military Diversion

    Military diversion is an opportunity to earn a dismissal of your case. If you are a veteran or on active duty you may be eligible.

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