What does "DIVERSION HEARING RE: DISMISSAL" mean? also what does "VACATED" under the disposition category mean?

Asked 10 months ago - Riverside, CA

My Fiance is currently incarcerated serving a 3 year sentence but is on a warrant hold in a different county for HS 11350(A) Felony. His release date is in 3 months. He sent a 1381 to the country his warrant hold is in and I just looked up his case info online and it says they received his 1381. It also says he now has an action date for his case of 4/21/14 that states "diversion hearing RE: dismissal" under the category. Then it says disposition: Vacated. what does this mean? Is his charge getting dismissed and dropped for that county? Or that he doesn't need to be transferred up there to settle his case? If so, will he have to do anything else?

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Also, since they set an action date, because of his 1381, does this mean that it is being served? Is there going to be any record of his charges or are they going to be dropped completely?

Attorney answers (3)

  1. Jeffrey George Moore

    Contributor Level 15


    Lawyer agrees

    Answered . It means that he was given PC1000 "diversion" in the the case. If he had successfully completed diversion, the case would have been dismissed on 4/21. He fell out of diversion and went out to warrant, so the 4/21 date was vacated. He still needs to address the case, because he pled guilty to a felony and now needs to be sentenced.

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  2. Jennifer J Wirsching

    Contributor Level 19


    Lawyer agrees

    Answered . It sounds like the hearing will not be held regarding the diversion program he was on. He needs to get a lawyer to deal with this.

  3. Andrew Stephen Roberts


    Contributor Level 20


    Lawyer agrees

    Answered . The language you presented sounds like he is going to have a diversion hearing. Get an attorney.


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