Friday, July 11, 2014

Setback for drug testing in Spanish army

A Spanish Army corporal was acquitted last month by the First Territorial Military Tribunal of disobedience of orders when he refused routine drug testing. The court rejected his contention that the testing was a violation of his personal privacy, but found that his conduct did not rise to the level required for the crime of disobedience of orders, according to this story in El Confidencial Digital.

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