You need to ask her criminal defnse attorney is those facts bar her from the Felony Pretrial Diversion progam based on the guidelines of the prosecutor in your county. It's up to the prosecutor handling the case.
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It is not an automatic disqualification, but varies pursuant to policy of the county attorney and the judge handling your case. Pretrial diversion is often offered for first time offenders with drug problems. The court may still allow diversion but it is likely they may require inpatient treatment and stay in jail pending a bed.
As your local attorney in Danville if you are eligible for pretrial diversion. It may also make sense to try to get enrolled in a treatment program sooner rather than later.
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