If you have no prior criminal history, it may be possible to address all three charges in a single diversion, especially if the charges all stemmed from the same event. Under current law, if you are convicted of more than one offense and are not granted judicial diversion, none of the offenses could ever be expunged.
Depending on the jurisdiction, there may be other options, as well.
Feel free to contact me for further discussion.
But you need to retain counsel as soon as possible.
Any information provided is intended for general informational purposes only. This is NOT legal advice, and no attorney/client relationship has been created. You should consult directly with an attorney to obtain answers to any legal questions.
In most cases yes all three can be taken care of in one diversion. Each jurisdiction may have slightly different processes for getting diversion but you should be eligible for it. I highly recommend you hire an attorney to help. The court process can be overwhelming and you need someone to help guide you through it. Good luck.
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