Here in NJ, the answer would be yes. If you think you would fail this test, talk to your lawyer before the situation occurs. Good luck.
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Part of every probation in the State of Texas is something along the lines of "commit no offense against the laws of the State of Texas". It is illegal to possess drugs and your probation officer can order a drug test pretty much at will. With a new arrest, I'd say it's pretty much guaranteed that you will be drug tested some time soon. You obviously need to stop using any and all illegal drugs and continue to do so while on probation.
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Of course they can. You are on probation and any violation of the law is a ground for revocation. Another common term of probation is that your person can be searched. That includes blood urine and DNA samples to name a few.Ask a similar question
You say ou're represented. You need to talk to your lawyer. This isn't legal advice, so don't rely on it (especially since I'd need more information before advising you).
A probationer can certainly can be tested -- at any time -- while under supervision. The new warrant and arrest will also give them reason to test the person if the PO is on the ball. If the new charge is drug related then it's a no-brainer.
Sometimes they even wait a couple months, trying to fake out the probationer.
You need to bite the bullet and keep you nose (etc.) clean while you're still under supervision. You may think it only happens to someone else, but you could be the next new resident at the correctional complex.Ask a similar question