I have seen many judges do this. If you think you will drop dirty, you need to be on the phone with an attorney ASAP 248 339 0000 or via the web: www.dontgotoprison.com
At an arraignment, in addition to reading the charges against you and entering your plea (guilty, not guilty or stand mute-judge enters not guilty plea on your behalf), the Judge will set your bond. For alcohol, drug or domestic violence related offenses, it is likely that the Judge will order random alcohol and/or drug testing as part of your bond.
An experienced lawyer who understands the Judge that you are in front of will know a Judge's bond setting tendencies and know what arguments to make to get you the best bond possible.
When you go to Jams (one of many testing services available), they will test you the same day.
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