Try calling the county probation office. Program may have to be approved by the PO .
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You could call the Solicitor's office at 770-822-8000 and see if they can point you in the right direction. If you case is in Gwinnett State Court, they are the ones who will forward your case to a diversion program,so you will have to go through them to get pretrial diversion to begin with. If the case is with recorders court or one of the municipal courts, you will need to call the clerk of that court and get the contact information to the solicitor for that court, as they will be different and may have their own program.
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The Diversion program in Gwinnett County is run through Southeast Corrections probation services. However, you must be referred to them by the Solicitor's office. You can't put yourself on diversion.
Speak with the solicitor's office about your case. If you are eligible for diversion, they will tell you what you need to do. This usually happens at your arraignment.
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