As long you have complied with the requirements you are fine. It is between you and the judge. Good luck.
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The DA is still involved as the program was a condition of the ACD.
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The prosecutor will become again involved typically only if you do not satisfactorily complete the program. S/he may reactivate the case (it's not dismissed until conditions are done) or the judge can.
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In Manhattan you will usually report to Room 200 on the second floor of 100 Centre Street, Manhattan Criminal Court with a compliance letter showing that you have completed your community service. You will not have to see the judge or the prosecutor if it is just a compliance appearance and the ACD was already granted. If it is an attorney appearance with a judge in a criminal part then the prosecutor is there. If you have to do three days of community service that is 7 hours for each day or 21 hours and the letter must say that you have complete that amount of hours.