Diversion Entered in Theft, Forgery Case

By: 13 News
By: 13 News

The son of Kansas Supreme Court Justice Eric Rosen has entered a diversion program on theft and forgery charges from December of last year.

The case against Jacob Rosen involved theft of a drug valued under $1,000. The forgery complaint was in a 2007 real estate contract.

On Wednesday, Shawnee County District Court Judge Cheryl Kingfisher placed Jacob Rosen on a diversion program that would see the case dismissed if he has no violations of law.

Diversions normally run 12-24 months.


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