You need to expunge that case so it will be completely wiped off your record!!
Anyway, you have not been on a suspended sentence (which means probation or deferred). Your case was reset for you to fulfill a contract of obligations which then resulted in a dismissal.
No. You do need to get your record expunged.
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I agree with Ms. Henley and Mr. Jones. You need to get with a lawyer who handles expunctions and discuss the possibility of seeking an expunction.
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No your Pretrial diversion program and dismissal are not considered convictions or suspended sentences/probation. Under those circumstances as you have described, you would not have to list that situation. I agree with the other lawyers that you need to speak to an attorney about an expunction. Good luck!