Will a misdemeanor theft charge take my diversion away.
3 attorney answers
You need to hire a lawyer. Yes, any new charge can cause your diversion to be revoked.
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Possibly. You better get a lawyer. Don't want to screw up that diversion.
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Yes, any new charge can be grounds to void felony diversion. You need to hire an attorney to go to Court with you next week on your new charge and review your felony diversion and work on both. Does your probation officer know about your new charge?
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