(a) The district attorney of any judicial circuit of this state may establish a pretrial diversion program within that judicial circuit or any county within that judicial circuit.
(b) All discretionary powers endowed by the common law, provided for by statute and acts of this state, or otherwise provided by law for the district attorneys of this state shall be retained.
(c) A county pretrial diversion program established under subsection (a) shall be under the direct supervision and control of the district attorney. The district attorney may contract with any agency, person, or corporation, including, but not limited to, certified and judicially sanctioned community corrections programs, certified mental health and drug treatment programs, family service programs, or any certified not-for-profit programs for services related to this division. The district attorney may employ persons necessary to accomplish the purposes of this division, who shall serve at the pleasure of the district attorney.
(d) The pretrial diversion program should utilize individual and realistic intervention plans which feature achievable goals. Any plan formulated shall occur as soon as possible after enrollment by the offender and shall be reduced to writing.
(e) This division shall not apply to juvenile delinquency proceedings in juvenile court.