I hope so. I am not sure if you are going back to court bc you were kicked out of a deferred prosecution program. If you are you may be too late. Hire a local lawyer to assist you.
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Mr. Umansky is right - that kind of technical slip up should not lead to revocation.
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I agree with Bill Umansky, you should hire an attorney to sort this matter out before you go back to court. Some diversion programs will let you re-enter, others will not. Even if you're kicked out of the program, the prosecutor may recognize the fact that you've substantially complied with conditions, and simply drop the case. Its a tough call, I'd probably hire someone to sort it out.