More than likely not. If you enter into a diversion program or go on probation you may be asked by a judge, but your initial court dates you should feel confident that you will not be tested. Remember something that a lot of people forget, it is still illegal in Georgia to possess or smoke marijuana. Hire counsel to assist you. Hope that helps.
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I seriously doubt you will be drugged tested. Courts usually only drug test people who have not been convicted of anything when they show up drunk or high to court. Absent that, you should be fine.
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