It depends on the court and the laws which govern the powers of the court. In many cases, yes, a court can make an order that a drug test be carried out (it is unlikely that this would be conducted actually in the court room itself). However, if the court court make an order to obtain evidence under subpoena for someone to take a drug test assuming that the laws of evidence in the jurisdiction of the court allowed this. An example is that in California, in child custody cases, under strict statutory conditions, the court may order any person seeking custody or visitation to undergo testing for the use of illegal controlled substances (as defined in Health & Saf.C. § 11000 et seq.) or alcohol; and may order either or both parties to pay the costs of such testing. [Fam.C. § 3041.5]
by Dan Harmon 4 years ago
Just a report of a possible glitch in the new program. I signed up, I think, on the 16th of the month, and the 17th shows two shipments. The 18th also shows a shipment, so the system is working.The 18th also shows a sale, and shipment of that sale, in my Amazon account - something that...
by Christin Sander 11 months ago
Have you had ancestry DNA testing done and was it worth it?I know it can be quite pricey, but there are several gaps in our history on my Mother's side. My grandparents, great grandparents and beyond were born in a time where they were not welcome here and did a lot to disguise who they were...
by Peeples 6 years ago
Why is it considered unconstitutional to drug test welfare recipients?With all the talk in the media they make it sound like it is a "Right" to do drugs. What part of doing drugs is in the constitution?
by danielleantosz 6 years ago
Should a drug test be required when people apply for foodstamps?
by kmackey32 9 years ago
My daughter was up crying her eyes out to me till about three this morning about her father. She was telling me whenever she goes there all he does is drink and he keeps drinking and driving with her and her brother, an has almost wrecked the car on one occasion. She said shes scared to tell, she...
by Rad Man 4 years ago
"An Israeli woman has been ordered by a religious court to have her baby son circumcised or else pay a fine of $149 Cdn for every day he stays uncircumcised."http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/israeli-mo … -1.2440644Okay, that's messed up, she read what happens and decided she wanted to...
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