Section 45-27A-30.11Violations; waiver.
(a) If the offender violates any condition of the pretrial diversion program agreed to in writing by the offender, the municipal prosecutor may terminate the participation of the offender in the pretrial diversion program and may actively pursue the prosecution of the offender for the offense or offenses or violation or violations charged. The offender shall be given written notice of the intent of the municipal prosecutor to terminate him or her from the pretrial diversion program, including the reason for termination. If removed from the program by the municipal prosecutor, the offender shall be deemed to forfeit, for pretrial diversion purposes provided for in this part, any fees paid in application for and admission into the pretrial diversion program.
(b) At his or her discretion, the municipal prosecutor may waive a violation for good cause shown as to why the offender should be allowed to remain in the pretrial diversion program.
(Act 2010-578, p. 1275, §12.)