Oct 182010
 
 October 18, 2010  Court

Matthew Heller writes:

An unusual civil rights lawsuit pits a Pennsylvania man against female employees of a halfway house who allegedly “humiliated and embarrassed” him by forcing him to urinate in front of them for drug tests.

Jason Zullinger’s allegations of urine test trauma appear to be more severe than any in case law. Not only does he claim that one female staffer at the York County, Pa., halfway house, identified only as Ms. Stover, watched him urinate but also that she made a disparaging remark.

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