Court Ordered Drug Testing
There are several reasons court-ordered drug testing occurs and the need for drug tests:
A person on probation may have to submit to periodic or random drug testing. Based on the offense of the person on probation and the direction of the court, it may require 5, 6, 10 or 12 panel drug tests.
In a child custody battle, one parent may get a court order requiring the other parent, to submit to a drug test. The parent may have a history of alcohol or drug abuse. Visitation agreements can also require periodical drug tests. Drug tests, in these cases, will coincide with the parent’s drug history.
DUI or DWI
With a conviction of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), they may require alcohol or drug testing prior to or after a conviction. In some cases they may require a drug test to ensure they are alcohol or drug free while they await trial. Some common court-ordered drug tests include, 5 and 10 panel urine drug tests and alcohol tests.
Drug Screening Levels
Products such as the CR3™ 10 Panel Split Sample Cup Drug Test conforms to drug screening levels provided by NIDA, SAMHSA, and the National Department of Transportation (DOT) guidelines. It tests for Marijuana, Cocaine, Methamphetamines, Amphetamines, Opiates, Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates and Phencyclidine, as required by the Department of Corrections.