Theft diversion programs do not generally entail drug testing, but any particular deal may. You need to have your lawyer look into it for your particular case.
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You won't be tested unless the judge orders that. The judge wouldn't order that unless there was some drug aspect to the case.
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The Santa Clara county theft diversion program entails a class and community service! There is generally no drug testing associated with it!
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