Q: Minor charged with poss CS <1G, will i be drug tested. If so, during, before, or after court?
New Braunfels of Texas
A: These are questions that are best asked to your lawyer in a confidential setting. New Braunfels is a very strict jurisdiction where the prosecutors take drug crime very seriously. You need to make an appointment with a lawyer who is familiar with Comal County and knows how they operate. We have handled many cases like these in Comal County and can give you frank advice about what to expect when you go to court. If you would like a free confidential consultation we would be glad to set one up for you so that you can go to your court date armed with a strategy to get you (or your loved one) the best possible result.
Roy Lee Warren agrees with this answer
A: You should proceed as though you will be tested because I have seen judges order a UAs during court. If so ordered you have to submit the UA before the end of the day and although there are "kits" sold to flush your system it is not a method you should rely on. I have heard some people even consume "baking soda" to try to flush their system. Please do not be so fool-hearty, you owe it to yourself and your family to do your best at this point.
The other lawyer is spot on about the prosecution in Comal County, they do not play! You do not want to test them because your next bail will be significantly higher. Good luck to you.
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