A Pretrial Diversion in Texas is an opportunity, available in some counties, to get educated and monitored for a period of time, and if all conditions of this contract are satisfied, one’s case is then dismissed.
This contract is dependent on the policies, procedures, and a case-by-case review.
A competent lawyer must review the evidence in advance to make sure the Pretrial Diversion is an appropriate alternative. If one fails a Pretrial Diversion, they are waiving a jury trial, which is a very valuable right.
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