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    Question End of Drug Testing, or Will the Court Order More

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: Utah

    I was arrested for a DUI in February of 2008, when I was 18. I was subsequently put on probation, which included random drug tests in cycles of two weeks. My PO said if I turned up clean for everything on all the tests, after three months he would cancel them.
    Well, today was the day, and he canceled the service as promised, but now he says the court "might once in a while request drug tests," but "if everything goes well, they probably won't request any at all."
    What is the likelihood of the court requesting more tests, and why would they? Will they just do this randomly, or because an officer runs my name or something? I'm going to court in a few weeks to get my charges reduced, and after that to be granted early release from probation; will the court demand tests on these occasions? After early release, will I still be tested? Answers to any of these questions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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    Default Re: End of Drug Testing, or Not (PO Mind Games)

    The fast answer is that as long as you are on probation, you can be drug tested at any time.

    Hold off on that partying.

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