Pre-trial intervention (PTI) is a diversion program in New Jersey which allows a person to avoid a criminal conviction and be eligible for an expungement following completion of a program. Like Pennsylvania’s ARD program a person’s admission into the program is largely based on the prosecutor (assistant district attorney) discretion and the courts review of […]
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While diversion programs often seem like the logical choice, you must understand all of the conditions
This program offers an alternative to incarceration to convicted persons for 3rd degree and 4th degree crimes including many illegal drug or narcotic crimes
For many of those of accused of DUI, it is their first criminal offense and they are eligible for the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition program (ARD).
While it is a minor offense in New Jersey, it is, nevertheless, a criminal charge which will appear as a conviction on a persons record
When a person is sentenced to probation it is typically at least 1 year and it isn’t unusual for probation to last 4 or 5 years.
New Jersey has a post sentence programs designed to reduce the amount of time that a person spends in state prison.
Fake IDs, Underage Drinking, and Illegal Drug Possession. How these minor criminal charges can substantially damage college’s return on investment.