Diversion is just one of the many options to explore when facing Criminal Charges.
Besides winning at trial or entering into a plea bargain, many courts and prosecutors' offices have set up specialized programs to help everyone from first time offenders to those with a serious drug problem. The following are just a few of the options available to defendants. To explore these options and others please contact attorney Nick Klingensmith at 513-258-2377.
What is Diversion?
Diversion is a program run by many courts for certain first time criminal offenders. After successful completion of the program, the criminal charge is usually dismissed and expunged.
What is Drug Court?
Drug Court is a specialized court which gives those defendants, who meet certain criteria, the option for treatment for their chemical dependency.
What is Mental Health Court
Mental Health Court is a specialized court dealing with those criminal defendants who have a diagnosis of Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Bipolar Disorder or Major Depressive Disorder recurrent and are competent to stand trial.
Are there Other Options?
Yes, there are many other programs offered by the courts throughout the State of Ohio. Attorney Nick Klingensmith can help you determine if these programs are right for you. Eligibility for these programs differ and Nick can help you determine if you are eligible. Please contact Nick Klingensmith at 513-258-2377 for Legal Representation.
Nicholas Klingensmith practices throughout Ohio, including Hamilton County, Butler County, Warren County, Clermont County, Preble County, Montgomery County, Greene County, Clinton County, Brown County, cities of Cincinnati, Fairfield, Hamilton, Middletown, Mason, Loveland, Batavia, West Chester, Milford, Oxford, Springboro, Wilmington, Georgetown, Eaton and Lebanon, Ohio.