If a motion was made to remove you from felony Class D diversion based on a new arrest while in the program, the circuit court judge can remove you and sentence you to the original plea agreement you signed. Get legal counsel ASAP.
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Yes, you could face jail time. Hire a local defense attorney and your chances of a good outcome improve greatly. Good luck.
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Maybe I'm missing it but I see nothing in your post that indicates what jurisdiction (state) involved here. You might want to repost with that information so attorneys in that jurisdiction see it.Ask a similar question