No Random Testing in a Felony Drug Case (2012)

No Random Testing in a Felony Drug Case (2012)

Despite the government’s and probation department’s insisting on requiring Ryan and Elizabeth’s client to submit to random alcohol and drug tests for five years, at the sentencing hearing in Stearns County, Elizabeth was able to convince the judge not to impose this condition as a requirement of probation, saving the client hundreds of dollars and 5 years of wasted time in submitting to random government urine drug tests.