Code of Alabama - Title 45: Local Laws - Section 45-7-82.22 - Applicants for admittance

Section 45-7-82.22 - Applicants for admittance.

(a) A person charged with a criminal offense specified in subsection (b) whose jurisdiction is in the circuit or district court of the Second Judicial Circuit of Alabama may apply to the district attorney for admittance to the pretrial diversion program.

(b) A person charged with any of the following offenses may apply for admission into the program:

(1) A traffic offense.

(2) A property offense.

(3) An offense wherein the victim did not receive serious physical injury.

(4) An offense in which the victim was not a child under 14 years of age, a law enforcement officer, a school official, or a correctional officer.

(5) A misdemeanor, unless specifically excluded in this section.

(6) A violation classified under this code.

(c) The following offenses are ineligible for consideration for the pretrial diversion program:

(1) Trafficking, distribution, or manufacturing of drugs.

(2) Any offense involving the abuse of a child or an elderly person.

(3) Any sex offense.

(4) Any Class A felony.

(5) Any offense involving serious injury to a person.

(6) Any offense involving death of an individual.

(7) An offense for the operation of a vehicle for which a commercial driver license was required.

(Act 2009-460, p. 802, §3.)

Last modified: May 3, 2021