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If you are eligible and a judge agrees to place you on judicial diversion, you will be required to go on a period of probation, typically from 6 to 18 months.
This expungement is subject to an expungement fee of $180 plus court fees/costs. Request a conviction expungement packet from the DA's office to learn more about this process.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) is the state bureau of investigation of the state of Tennessee. It has statutory authority to conduct criminal investigations and make arrests of crimes occurring throughout the state. The bureau is analogous to the FBI on the federal level.
Diversion in Tennessee In a pretrial diversion \u2013 also known as a suspended prosecution \u2013 the defendant has not yet pled guilty or been found guilty. Pretrial diversion may be granted if all the statutory requirements are met, and they meet the terms that are agreed upon with the District Attorney.
You must wait 5 years to file a petition for expungement of your Tennessee conviction. A petition to have your crime erased from your Tennessee criminal history may be filed 5 years after the completion of your sentence. You must complete all court obligations associated with the crime prior to expungement.
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Felony Expungement in Tennessee Certain Class D or Class E felonies are eligible for expungement from a defendant's criminal record.
Diversions are programs offered in the state of Tennessee, through which certain 1st-time offenders might be eligible to avoid serving time and having a criminal record. Diversions are periods of probation during which the general prosecution of your case or your sentence is deferred.
TBI Special Agent/Criminal Investigators are sworn law enforcement officers with the authority to investigate and enforce state and federal criminal laws. These Agents conduct criminal investigations including, but not limited to, violent crime, drug violations, conspiracies and organized crime.
Call 911 and ask for Police when: Someone is badly injured or in danger. There's a serious risk to life or property. A crime is being committed and the offenders are still there or have just left. You've come across a major public inconvenience, such as trees blocking a highway.
In Tennessee, the following convictions cannot be expunged: Assault. Aggravated assault. Aggravated burglary. Child abuse. Child neglect and endangerment. Domestic assault. Driving under the influence (DUI) Murder.

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