I have been on PTI for 3 months now and my charges had nothing to do with drug cases do they have the right o drug test me or is my po just telling me shes going to drug test me to scare me because its been now 2 months and she hasnt test me not once
PTI is a contract between the State and you. If you do what the State wants, then the State will drop the charges. When you started PTI, you should have signed a contract. Check it. See what you agreed to.
You have no right to PTI nor do you have any rights while in PTI.
Diversion is a program which is designed to make you think twice about future criminality by way of making you jump through a series of proverbial hoops during a period of supervision, successful completion of which results in a dismissal. The program is owned and operated by the State Attorney's Office and they have absolute and unequivocal discretion as to whether to admit you, keep you or "graduate" you from their program.
Please take a look at mt AVVO Legal Guide on Diversion in Florida. It contains a great deal of information on the subject and should be helpful to you. For your convenience a link follows:
Michael A. Haber, Esq.'s AVVO Legal Guide on Pre-Trial intervention / Diversion: What is it and is it right for me? - http://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/pre-trial-intervention--diversion-what-is-it-and-is-it-right-for-me
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if she suspects you are using drugs, she can test you. Look at the PTI agreement. If you violate the PTI agreement, the SAO can use your admission of guilt against you in court.
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