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Nothing in P.L.2017, c. 42 (C.2C:43-23 et al.) shall be construed to limit or constrain in any way the authority or discretion of a prosecutor to divert, prosecute or pursue any other disposition of a criminal matter involving a defendant who is a servicemember as defined within P.L.2017, c. 42 (C.2C:43-23 et al.). When considering the diversion of a servicemember from the criminal justice system, a prosecutor may use the Veterans Diversion Program established pursuant to P.L.2017, c. 42 (C.2C:43-23 et al.), any other diversion mechanism authorized by law, or a county-based law enforcement diversion program after considering each program's restrictions, the relief available to the servicemember, and the safety of any victim and the public.
The fees of the auditor under RCW 16.60.080 through 16.60.095 shall be paid by the applicant.
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