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Can I decline a drug test in a custody battle. And if it comes up positive will I get my child taken away?
My ex and I are going to court for custody of error our daughter and he is just in it for the tax returns. He is fighting for 50/50 but in all reality he doesn't have the necessary living for her and he works nights so he would have his girlfriend watch her and then take her to daycare that I pay for while he sleeps during the day. That being said of all his greediness I'm afraid that he might bring up a drug test. Does the judge automatically grant a drug test or will it have to be probable cause? Also the father is on probation and has tons of fines to payback and hasn't followed his probation. I have physical prove.
Yes you can decline a drug test and yes your child may be taken away. Best to ask your Lawyer.
What is the sentence my man can get for getting a dui and open container and violating his probation feloney and on dot
He has a good steady job. Home and family. He hasn't been in trouble for a long time. First offence on the dui. What is the out look on the sentencing hearing
Jail. Contact a local DUI lawyer to review your record.
What happens if I fail a UA for alcohol?
I got very upset about a stressful family situation so I bought a six pack and consumed it on Sunday night. My PO showed up at my house on Tuesday afternoon and gave me a UA. For some reason he said it was going to the lab to be tested for alcohol presence. He has never done that before or even made a home visit. I believe a family member called and told him I was drinking. I am supposed to start a new job in 10 days and it's the opportunity I've been waiting for since coming home. He asked if I had been drinking and I denied that I have. I have no classes to do and have paid about half my supervision fees. I'm just worried this terrible lack of judgement might cause me to lose this job. I have no problem going to AA or outpatient I just need this job and don't want this stupid decision to cause me to lose an excellent opportunity. Should I tell him I drank or wait for the lab test to return? I'm very worried..
What can happen is that a violation of probation is filed against you, and the probation gets revoked and you are...
How long will 1 20 oz beer stay in your system for an 8 panel urinalysis?
I finished the drink 15 hours prior to the urinalysis.
Not fifteen hours. Anything else asker?
DUI IN WA. STATE ACTIVE WARRANT CAN THEY EXTRADITE LIVE IN MONTANA?
VIOLATION IN 2007, LEFT THE STATE WENT TO PRISON GOT MY LIFE BACK ON TRACK. CANT GET A DRIVERS LICENSE IN MONTANA BECAUSE I HAVE A HOLD IN WASHINGTON. CANT GO BACK TO WASHINGTON TO APPEAR, WHAT SHOULD I DO.
Turn yourself into local police department? You have to come back to WA. Washington state, unlike states in...
If you refuse a Breathalyzer.....
If you refuse a breathalyzer test, when they take you to the hospital to draw blood, do they by law have to hand you the court order paper before your blood is taken?
I am not licensed in Montana, so out of respect for any answer given by an experienced attorney licensed in Montana, I...
Can a officer make you take a blood test?
I was arrested for DUI. The cop physically opened my car door. After I told him that yes I have a medical condition called the lazy eye which effects my balance he forced me to do them. Afterwards I took a breathalyzer of .02 i was arrested. Cop tells me that I need to agree to a blood test or I'd lose my license for year with no chance for a probationary license. License for year with no chance for a probationary license. He then told me that I had to decide without the he then told me that I had to decide without the chance ability to deal legal council. It's not on the tape but told officer of religious reasons that prohibits transfer of bodily fluids. I was ignored leaving me to do blood test cause can't go without license. Can I be l denied talking with a lawyer I was arrested.
McNeely v. Missouri is the case on point for a warrantless, forced blood draw. It is now about two years old. Click...