If I am on Pre-Trial Release will I get Drug Tested when I report or when I go to Court?
Unfortunately I do not have a crystal ball and I cannot tell you with any degree of certainty what I am going to have for dinner, much less whether or not either your Pre-Trial Release supervisor or your Judge will drug test you.
That said, if I were then I’d operate under the 365 day a year, 24 hour a day and 7 day a week assumption that you can and will be drug tested.
If you think about it logically then you will quickly realize that while you are under the Court’s jurisdiction (be it pre or post trial) you have absolutely nothing to gain by using (except maybe a short-term buzz), but by using you have absolutely everything to lose (including revocation of your Pre-Trial Release).
Using controlled substances means possessing controlled substances, and by committing crimes while under court supervision you are playing a very dangerous game.
That said jails need customers too, and so you are perfectly free to make whatever choices you wish and to do whatever you want.
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