This is the second post in a series related to the Pretrial Diversion Program in Georgia. The first post provided an overview of the Pretrial Diversion Programs in Georgia and the potential impact on a successful participant’s criminal record. This post focuses on how successful completion may impact a participant’s responses to questions relating to the offense on employment, licensing, and credentialing applications. If you have questions regarding this blog post or need counsel relating to your professional responsibilities after an arrest or conviction, you may contact us at (404) 685-1662 (Atlanta) or (706) 722-7886 (Augusta), or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also learn more about our law firm by visiting www.hamillittle.com.
For clients who have been arrested and charged with an offense, the concern is how to answer offense-related questions on questionnaires while participating in and after completing a pretrial diversion program. Continue reading ›