Pretrial diversion programs are not probation. You should be able to answer "No" to that question.Ask a similar question
Steven pointed you in the right direction. Best of luck
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From our perspective as criminal defense lawyers, the answer is clearly no. However, the standard used by employers is not necessarily the same. I did a quick check and saw a pretrial diversion program for certain offenses involving trustworthiness bars employment with the FDIC: http://www.fdic.gov/regulations/laws/rules/5000-1300.html . I think you are going to have to see the individual agency's rules. This question would be better asked in a different forum, probably employment law.Ask a similar question
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