It depends on the type of diversion program. Some programs require the person to plea guilty and then the sentence is suspended until the program is completed. Other programs involve postponing the case until completion of the program and then just dismissing the case after successful completion. If you did the first kind of program then you would have to answer "Yes" if you did the second kind of program you could answer "no".
They key is to remember back to the hearing. Did you have to plea "guilty" or "no contest" or did you just tell the judge that you wanted to go into the program and then never had to answer guilty etc.
If you can't remember for sure, then go online to
and type in your information and find your case and click on it. Then see whether it says dismissed or convicted or nolle prosequi. If it says convicted then you have to answer "yes"
If it says Nolle pros of dismissed or anything but convicted then contact the General District Court clerk in the county you were charged and give then your name and information over the phone or in person and ask them whether you entered a plea of guilty not guilty or no contest or alfred plea. If you entered any a guilty or no contest plea then you have to answer yes. Otherwise you can answer no.
Isn't crazy how complicated this can be?
Luke J. Nichols