Seminole County Felony Diversion

Seminole County Felony pretrial Diversion (PTD) is administered by the Department of Corrections. Felony diversion is often called PTI which stands for pretrial intervention. PTI is a voluntary program that involves 100 hours of community service and an improvement class that relates to your criminal charge. Seminole County felony PTI can last as little as six months if all program conditions are successfully completed.

All Seminole County felony PTI cases are formally referred to PTI by the early resolution/arraignment prosecutor.

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Charges Eligible for Seminole County Felony Diversion

Most Seminole County third-degree felony charges are eligible for felony diversion. Eligible felony diversion include the following charges:

Seminole County felony drug charges are not eligible for felony diversion. Instead, some felony drug charges are eligible for Seminole County Drug Court.

Seminole County Felony Diversion Contact Information

The Seminole County central intake office is located at 101 Sunnytown Road, Ste 103, Casselberry, Florida 32707.

Call Me to Discuss Your Felony Diversion Eligibility

The approval process also varies widely from county to county and from charge to charge. I have practiced exclusively criminal defense since 1999. I know the ins-and-outs of the every diversion Seminole County diversion program. I also am familiar with the specific approval process for each diversion program and which diversionary programs are available for what charges. Call me at 407-740-7275 if you have questions relating to any of the diversion programs listed below and how they might apply to your case and what needs to be done to explore your pretrial diversion eligibility.

Seminole County Felony pretrial Diversion (PTD) is administered by the Department of Corrections. Felony diversion is often called PTI which stands for pretrial intervention. PTI is a voluntary program that involves 100 hours of community service and an improvement class that relates to your criminal charge. Seminole County felony PTI can last as little as six months if all program conditions are successfully completed.

All Seminole County felony PTI cases are formally referred to PTI by the early resolution/arraignment prosecutor.

Government Building

Charges Eligible for Seminole County Felony Diversion

Most Seminole County third-degree felony charges are eligible for felony diversion. Eligible felony diversion include the following charges:

Seminole County felony drug charges are not eligible for felony diversion. Instead, some felony drug charges are eligible for Seminole County Drug Court.

Seminole County Felony Diversion Contact Information

The Seminole County central intake office is located at 101 Sunnytown Road, Ste 103, Casselberry, Florida 32707.

Call Me to Discuss Your Felony Diversion Eligibility

The approval process also varies widely from county to county and from charge to charge. I have practiced exclusively criminal defense since 1999. I know the ins-and-outs of the every diversion Seminole County diversion program. I also am familiar with the specific approval process for each diversion program and which diversionary programs are available for what charges. Call me at 407-740-7275 if you have questions relating to any of the diversion programs listed below and how they might apply to your case and what needs to be done to explore your pretrial diversion eligibility.

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