What is the Pretrial Intervention Program?
The Pretrial Intervention Program is an opportunity afforded to select offenders for the purposes of education and rehabilitation. Upon successfully completing the Pretrial Intervention Program, the offender will have the pending charges dismissed and there will be no adjudication of guilt. While participation in the program is optional, offenders who are offered the program and do not complete the course within the time period set out by the District Attorney will be remanded back to court for trial.
In order to participate in the 15th Judical District Attorney’s Office Pretrial Intervention Program, you must have received a letter or sign up form from the Office of the District Attorney. You are only eligible to participate in the program(s) listed on your letter or form.