I originally sent this as a PM to somebody, but I hope I can find some more valuable advice here as I'm very stretched with time Here's my situation: On Jan 9 I got arrested for possession of marijuana. I was 16 at the time, and I was found with 3 others in my friend's car. No marijuana was found on me, it was in a binder under my seat. I denied smoking the entire time, as did one of my friends. They searched the deep pits of our pockets for grains of any illegal narcotic they could find. They didn't find a thing. Ok, so after a few days, I found out that my friend who denied it got out of it. He had also denied smoking and brought a urine and blood screening showing negative tests. He was very quiet and "cooperative" around the cops, I was a bit defensive by trying to use my rights to get out of the situation(4th amendment, etc.). I got a urine screening done about 2 days after I got arrested, and I passed it. Fast forward to March 30th, the other two kids that were in the car(one being the driver) have their calender consent. They both plea and go through this program with probation, comm. service, classses, and a tour of the jail..shit like that. I had my court date a month later for irrelevant reasons, and my mom and I decided to fight it in court. So we're talking to my lawyer today, and she is going to try and get the case dismissed with the evidence we have(nothing on me, not my car, denied smoking the entire time, and a urine screening showing negative for thc) during the pre-trial. the pre-trial is on monday morning(tomorrow). My question to you is, do you think they would test me at the pre-trial date? My lawyer seemed to be saying that it would be irrelevant as the charge is for possession on jan 9. If you have any other advice/suggestions I'd appreciate it, as my pre-trial date is tomorrow . BTW, for those that don't know...the pre-trial determines whether the case will be dismissed, or whether it will go to trial. If it goes to trial, then I have a choice of referee,judge, or judge w/ jury. I really hope the case gets dismissed, but you never know. On a final note, my main and for the most part sole concern is being tested at pre-trial.