Q: Is it constitutional to require urine analysis upon demand prior to being found guilty?
Is it unconstitutional for a court to put stipulations upon a persons before they're found guilty by jury of their peers
A: Generally yes.
"the trial court erred when it determined that Wilson was unlikely to appear for future court dates and, accordingly, such a finding cannot support the trial court's imposition of weekly UAs for Wilson."
State v. Rose, 146 Wash. App. 439, 451, 191 P.3d 83, 89 (2008).
Circumstances can be different from case to case, but courts have generally agreed that conditions of pretrial release are limited, and don't include things like UAs, AA meetings, treatment evaluations, etc. The conditions of release are designed to make sure the accused person will show up for court.
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