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Vol. 3 No. 57 DECISIONS RELEASED MARCH 27, 1995 LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT 25-2-5258 Albert Higgins et al. v. N.J. Dept. of Corrections, App. Div. (9 pp.) Where corrections officers took a drug test as part of their applications for jobs as police officers, the positive results, while sufficient to deny them the police jobs, only constituted a reasonable basis to suspect their illegal use of drugs, and to insure due process, they each should have been allowed to provide a second sample before their employment as corrections officers was terminated. -

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