I got my 1st DUI and BAC was over .20. The Judge said I will be tested 2x per week. The PO told me hopefully I never see him again and just complete my requirements and send him paperwork. If I will be tested twice a week, how do I know if I will be given BAs or UAs?
DUI / DWI Attorney
Assume at some point you will be given a UA. Do not do drugs on probation.
DUI / DWI Attorney
You will likely be assigned a color code and given a telephone number to call daily with a recording indicating what kind of test you need to take. Typically, you will do breath tests over the duration of your probation and urine testing less but more frequently in the early stages of your probation period.
Best of luck to you.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
The Probation Officer would have given you a telephone number to call every day and you would alos be assigned a color code. If on the day you call the telephone recorder will ask you for your color code if it matches the color code for the day you are then required to go and give either a BAC or UA as applicable before the end of that day. Make sure you havedetailed records to prove that you called on the spe cified date , the color code for that dya nad your assigned color code. Please note that the color code may change during the term of your probation. Remember, if your color is not called over a week of two than call your Probation Officer and report it to him or her.
Best of Luck
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