It's too late to drug test him now. But, depending on his status and a number of other factors, he could potentially be looking at removal proceedings. He should consult with an immigration lawyer in addition to a criminal attorney, particularly if charges have already been filed. It is also possible that when the DA reviews the police reports he might not be charges, but again, that depends on the facts and circumstances of the situation.
Are these still charges, or has he been convicted?
If merely charges, talk to his criminal defense attorney.
If convicted, take a copy of the record of conviction to another attorney, for a 2nd opinion.
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If your brother is charged, he really needs to hire an attorney to avoid any conviction that would make him removable, especially when he is innocent.
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Upon conviction, a very strong possibility.
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