Diversion Programs: Giving good people a chance with Fort Worth, Texas criminal law attorney Sherry Armstrong

The Barrows Firm Law Review is a monthly Internet radio show podcast featuring information about Texas family, criminal, juvenile, probate and estate planning law and events. Attorney Sherry Armstrong is one of our featured hosts from The Barrows Firm, who shares insight and information about popular areas of the law affecting many families in Texas, and today we are talking about Tarrant County criminal diversion programs.

Diversion Programs: Giving good people a chance with Fort Worth, Texas criminal law attorney Sherry Armstrong

  • The purpose, scope and eligibility for Tarrant County District Attorney’s diversion programs.
  • Programs for young people; how deferred prosecution programs keep kids out of the system.
  • Veteran’s diversion programs and how to get the right help and not sit in jail.
  • Felony Alcohol Intervention Program and trying to close the revolving criminal door.
  • Mental Health Diversion Program and the issues facing many participants.
  • First Offender Drug Program applications and considerations.
  • Qualifying for a diversion program and how lawyers can help you find one.

Sherry Armstrong specializes in criminal defense, juvenile law and family law at The Barrows Firm in Fort Worth, Texas. Sherry credits competitive sports and residence life with giving her the tools she needed to become a successful attorney, and she promises to fight for her clients. When winning is what matters, many in the Fort Worth area go to The Barrows Firm based on their reputation an winning track record over the past decade. Sherry Armstrong earned her undergraduate degree from Louisiana Tech University and she earned her law degree from the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law. She is a member of numerous organizations primarily focused in Tarrant County. To speak to Sherry Armstrong please call (817) 481-1583.

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