The best possible outcome is a dismissal or an acquittal at trial. The worst possible outcome is ten years in prison. And there are at least a dozen other outcomes in between. If pretrial diversion is offered, it's a good option because it guarantees a dismissal. However, the program are often very intense so be realistic about your ability to be successful on it before you sign up.
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As always, it depends on the details. In Travis County, pretrial diversion is a good way to go.
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