Can a juvenile on Diversion get a Driver’s License?

Being on Diversion does not, in and of itself, specifically prohibit a juvenile from obtaining their Driver’s License.  However, in rare cases, a juvenile’s ability to drive may be impacted by conditions of Diversion specific to their case when appropriate.  In the event that a particular juvenile has a restriction or is otherwise prohibited from obtaining their license as a part of a separate Court order or condition, the juvenile will need to address this situation with the appropriate legal authority.  

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1. If a juvenile participates in the Diversion program, will any charges or convictions appear on their record?
2. How confidential is a juvenile’s participation in the Diversion program?
3. Can a juvenile in the Diversion program travel out of state?
4. Do you have a list of approved Community Service work sites?
5. Can a juvenile on Diversion get a Driver’s License?
6. Can a juvenile on Diversion apply for a job?
7. Who needs to be present for the initial meeting with Diversion?
8. Does the Juvenile Diversion program offer any services to juveniles who are not involved in the juvenile justice system? What kinds of services are offered in these cases?