Just wanna know have you ever seen some get a drug test before sentencing
If you are on pretrial release and are subject to random UAs, it is certainly possible you could be drug tested on the day of your sentencing. The judge could want that information to decide whether to take you into custody immediately or to give you voluntary surrender. It would be a good idea if you do not test dirty.
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You may or may not have to.
I do not know (if I knew whether or not you will be drug screened then I'd probably know the PowerBall numbers....).
But if I were you then I'd expect that you can be, and that should be good enough for you to not have anything in your system which could jeopardize your freedom.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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