What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?
My roommate was told by police that if she did not submit to a drug test that they would hold her down and make her submit by force. She wasn't driving, she's not on probation, no warrant and she was in her home.
A friend of hers had been pulled over by police near our house and when they questioned her she said she was going to our house. Which she wasn't. The police then came to our house to ask my roommate if she knew the girl who had been pulled over. The cop came to our door and she consented to speak with him. .
She went outside to talk to them and they said she looked high and arrested her. Her daughter was inside the house with me and we weren't even told?
She refused to test because she felt they had no right to ask her to. That's when they said they would take her and hold her down to get it. It's not the first time I've heard of them doing this. She was in her home doing nothing wrong. The cop came to our door and she consented to speak with him. I was home so I know there was no warrant. I looked it up on public record too. I don't see how that is not a violation of civil rights. I could see if she was driving, on probation or had a warrant but none of those apply.