Does pretrial diversion prevent me from gaining employment?
2 attorney answers
Agree. No, in fact continued employment is usually a requirement to remain on diversion/probation.
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Depends on what the employer says, but you can work if the employer hires you. It could prevent you from maintaining some jobs. The majority of my current clients on pre-trial diversion have jobs.
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