Dallas, TX asked in Criminal Law and DUI / DWI for Texas

Q: when is to much drug testing to much.. misdemeanor dwi, 11 months on never failed ua or breathalyzer. 3 times this month

i have been on probation for 11 months and on a call in system every single day since i started.. Never failed my in car breathalyzer, UA or alcohol test... have been getting tested AT LEAST once a month, the last three months have been twice.. In January I will be going for my third random test.. This seems a little excessive as it is making it damn near impossible to make it to work on time and be at school 730 am - 3 pm (4 pm is work start time)... 50$ a month on top of other fees making it hard to get by as well.. what can i do about this situation

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Herman Martinez
Herman Martinez
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Houston, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: Your lawyer can always request the court to stop the drug testing based on the length of time you have been “clean.”

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