Juvenile Diversion Expungement Reasons for Denial

 Pursuant to Section 943.0582 Florida Statutes, an application for Juvenile Diversion Expungement will be denied under any of the following circumstances:
             
  1. The arrest offense for which the application was submitted would qualify as an act of “domestic violence” as that term is defined in Section 741.28, Florida Statutes.

  2. The arrest offense for which the application was submitted is not a “nonviolent misdemeanor” as that term is used in Section 943.0582, Florida Statutes.

  3. The applicant has been charged with or found to have committed a criminal offense or comparable ordinance violation, other than the offense to be expunged, prior to the filing of the application for expungement.

  4. The appropriate state attorney has declined to certify that the applicant has successfully completed a qualified pre/post-arrest diversion program.