The funds collected through the Pretrial Diversion Program are for costs of
prosecution . There is a charge of $200 USD against your credit card for each
No refunds will be given even if the participant fails to complete the
Pretrial Diversion Program.
The application will first ask for information about you and the credit card that
you will use to pay for the cost of prosecution fee. The purpose for this information
is to validate the credit card payment. For security purposes, the State Attorney’s
Office does not retain your credit card information, and for that reason, you will
be required to reenter credit card information for each Pretrial Diversion contract.
The State Attorney’s Office website does not require a secure connection. However,
a secure connection is provided by the online payment link; this is provided by
Cybersource. Security is done through the use of SSL or secure socket layer. SSL
is an industry standard for offering a safe way to pass sensitive information over
the internet. To verify that you have a secure connection while making an online
payment, always check for a small padlock on the lower right-hand side of your browser.
In addition, the State Attorney’s Office does not retain your credit card information,
and for that reason, you will be required to reenter credit card information for
each Pretrial Diversion contract.