My advice would be to gather all your applications and ask your attorney who is representing you in the DUI case which schools you will need to inform. Maybe you get charged for an extra couple hours of work, but at least it will help you get past this and on to the rest of your life. Good Luck!
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From my experience, my applications have roughly a month turnover from when my reports were requested. But to be safe, double check the number LOR's required. This can be found in online services of the lsac website. But it sounds like you should be fine.
If your diversion is like mine, the charges actually were never filed. In my case the charge were put on hold. If I complied, they were dropped. If I didn't they were persued. So I think you are okay. In my addendum, I was clear about charges being dropped. You should make sure, but I think you would be correct to say this.
My general reason for attending law school is for the money and prestige of being a lawyer. But a part of me also wants to do something that makes a difference in someone's life. But really its for the money, so I can buy my BMW and waterfront home. And also my trophy wife, too.
Just remember to double check that any schools don't only accept 2 LOR's. I overlooked this and it ended up coming up and biting me in the ass. Just be extra sure before transmitting the first two. Otherwise, go for it.