Maybe....sometimes the judge may offer you a chance for a better outcome in court if you can pass a drug test on the spot.
You have received a good answer already. It would also be wise for your to consider consulting and or retaining an attorney. Depending on the facts, you may be found innocent or have the charges dismissed.
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Mr. Wiltshire is right about drug testing. As for alcohol testing, as it only stays in your system for a day or less, it is unlikely the Judge would test for alcohol unless he or she suspected you were intoxicated when you were in Court. I have seen this happen one time and it was not pretty, so don't make that mistake.
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