Washington Supreme Court rules random urinalysis is unconstitutional
from The Seattle Times
The Washington state Supreme Court has ruled that requiring people who are arrested for driving under the influence to submit to random urinalysis tests as a condition of release is unconstitutional. The case involves three people arrested in 2015 in Spokane County for driving under the influence. Each defendant was ordered to participate in random urinalysis testing as a condition of pretrial release.
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