I don't think that will happen, however it is possible. The judge may order it. However, that usually does not happen. To the extent that I don't know all of the facts surrounding your situation it would difficult to answer your question with more accuracy.
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Probably not however in Lackawanna County if you admit to a PFA violation or if you are found to have violated the PFA you certainly could expect to be tested going forward.