Students at Rock Bridge High school in Columbia, Missouri will be taking a breathalyzer test before entering their prom this Saturday.
According to an attorney, school administrators threatened to cancel the prom if students didn't agree to take the breathalyzer tests.
However, the principal at Rock Bridge High School, Jennifer Rukstad, said those claims are not true and that administrators and the student council agreed upon the tests.
Rukstad says there was never a threat to cancel prom if students didn't agree to take the tests.
The attorney argues that the tests could also violate students' rights against unreasonable searches and seizures.
"An alcohol test is a search. And unreasonable searches are prohibited by the fourth amendment. Now, we are not sure how a court would interpret the fourth amendment. in regard to to this practice, but it is clearly unreasonable", said Dan Viets, the attorney.