I'm not familiar with the specifics of San Angelo, but a violation of the terms of pre-trial diversion can result in you being kicked out of the program and landing back in court. If you are kicked out, the court process starts all over again.
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Your pretrial diversion could be terminated. You need to speak with a lawyer sooner rather than later and try to work something out with the prosecutors.
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I agree with the previous responses. Pretrial diversion is a gift so when you violate there is little leniency.
Contact your attorney immediately to figure out what can be done.
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