My question involves criminal law for the state of: Texas
The dance team at my high school has male escorts who ride with them to football games and help carry things. Last week at a football game, the escorts were drunk before they arrived. After the game, while on the school bus that was about to leave from the football stadium back to the school, one of the dancers told the dance coach about the escorts. The dance coach contacted a police officer, who gave all of the boys a field test. All of them were found to be intoxicated, they were kicked off all of their school clubs and sentenced to 30 school days at our "opportunity center". It's basically our school districts school for the kids who get in trouble and still have to attend school. It's kind of like a jail, apparently.
I know it's too late for most of them to try to get out of it, but I'm wondering what would have happened if they did not consent to the field tests. If the dancer tells on them, does that give police probable cause to give them the test? None of the boys had any alcohol on them at the time, and none of them had been acting different.