Only thing is that Mr. Marchet wasn't a defendant. He was a spectator in Judge Moore's courtroom.
In his response to Mr. Marchet's claim that the judge lacked probable cause or reasonable suspicion to order the drug test, Judge Moore defended his actions by saying it was the routine policy of his court.
Well it's also routine policy in Harris County to deny appointed counsel to anyone who is able to post bond and to deny requests for personal bonds for defendants who can't post bond. That doesn't make it right, either.