OFFICE 615.414.1329

Expungement can be granted for any of the following reasons: successful completion of Judicial Diversion, successful completion of Pretrial Diversion, an acquittal, no true bill, nolle prosequi (prosecution dropped the case---no prosecution), conviction reversed on appeal, or charges are dismissed.
Sandra L. Wells | Franklin Criminal and DUI Lawyer | Criminal Defense Attorney in Williamson County

Sandra L. Wells,Esq. 

(615) 414-1329 Ofc
(615) 807-4959 Fax

Diversion allows a charge or charges to be diverted for an agreed upon amount of time once the defendant pleads guilty and agrees to conditions given by the judge. Once the diversionary period has been successfully completed, the charge or charges can be expunged. The online application fee is $100. Once the diversionary period has been successfully completed, the defendant must return to court to request an expungement. The fee to expunge the diverted charge is $350 plus court fees and costs. 

With a Judicial or Pretrial Diversion, TBI must analyze an application for eligibility for Pretrial Diversion or Judicial Diversion. Please make sure that the diversion type requested is checked on the application. If the diversion type on the application is unchecked, the application will be returned unprocessed to the submitting attorney or agency.
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