One of the conditions of a pre-trail diversion program, is that the participant stays drug free. Obviously, there are situations where a person is legally prescribed drugs and those will show in their drug test. Your wife should have previously provided the program with a copy of her prescriptions from the doctor. In the event she did not, when she goes to court, it is important you provide a copy to the attorney representing her. Once it is shown she is legally taking this drugs, she should be released from jail and admitted back into the diversion program.
This website includes everything you need to know: http://courts.ky.gov/jcc/
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