(k) In addition to the detour agreements notified to the point (l), the Attorney General or District Attorney sends a copy of the diversion agreement to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation at the time of submission of this agreement to the District Court. The copy of the agreement is made available to the Attorney General or a district attorney, borough or court, upon request. b) The deviation agreement states: (1) The full name of the defendant; 2) the defendant`s full name at the time the complaint was filed, as long as it is different from the defendant`s current name; (3) the respondent`s gender, race and date of birth; (4) the offence for which the accused is charged; (5) the date of the appeal; and (6) the district court to which the agreement is filed. (d) instead of another criminal proceeding for a domestic violence complaint within the meaning of K.S.A. 2014 Supp. 21-5111 and amendments to a bifurcation agreement, the fork agreement provides that the defendant be charged with an assessment of domestic violence and that he complies with all recommendations, unless the prosecutor is otherwise engaged in the diversion contract. The defendant is required to pay for this assessment and, unless otherwise agreed with the prosecutor in the diversion agreement, for the enforcement of all the recommendations. If you are eligible for a distraction, the prosecutor may tell you that this is the best option, and may even suggest that there is no reason for you to speak to a lawyer. In some legal systems, the arresting officer will give you a sheet of instructions on how to request a detour without a lawyer. Why are government officials so enthusiastic about the zeal you are being asked to change? If you sign up for a deviation, you get what they want. If you sign up for a law-free diversion program on your site, you authorize the prosecutor to dictate the terms of the diversion agreement. You collect a high fee and you put a stamp on your driving record. They`re watching you for a year, and if you come up, they`ll take you back to court and ask the judge to fire you and send you to jail.

And you don`t need to devote the time and effort to continue your case. The D.A. has complete discretion as to whether you`re offering a distraction. Distraction may be denied to anyone who has had a conviction or prior distraction for a misdemeanor. If you were in an accident in which someone was injured, you may be denied the detour, even if the only person injured is himself. In addition, distraction is often denied to people who have had high respiratory or blood tests and people who have been repugnant, belligerent or false with the police.