The Veterans Diversion program in Orlando provides veterans charged with a crime a second chance. Rather than be punished with mandatory jail time and other penalties, the vet participates in the program, and the charges against him or her are dropped once the program is completed.
At The Umansky Law Firm, we protect the rights of veterans who are facing criminal charges. Our DUI defense lawyers can help you explore your options and determine if participation in the Veterans Diversion program is right for you.
Our Orange County lawyers can offer you guidance throughout the Veterans Diversion program. First, it must be determined if you are eligible to participate. To qualify, the offense cannot be:
If you are eligible for Veterans Diversion, you will be required to:
Additionally, if it is a domestic violence offense, the vet must complete an approved batterer’s intervention program.
When you have successfully completed Veterans Diversion, the charges against you will be dismissed, and you can have the entire case expunged from your record if you are otherwise eligible.
The Veterans Diversion program recognizes that vets often have many problems when they come home from war. Depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), trouble adjusting to “normal” life — these can all play a role in their behavior.
Veterans deserve a second chance and need to be rehabilitated: not punished. We can discuss your options at our office where we will conduct a full review of your case. The Umansky Law Firm believes in standing up for the rights of veterans in Orlando via the use of diversion programs. Schedule a time that’s best for you by calling or fill out the online form on your left.
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