Private / Court Drug Tests
Court Drug Testing: Why is it necessary?
Drug and alcohol testing is a necessity for professionals involved in legal representation, investigation, law enforcement and other areas of criminal justice.
In 2004, 17% of state prisoners and 18% of federal inmates said they committed their current offense to obtain money for drugs.
In a 2004 survey of inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, 32% of state prisoners and 26% of federal prisoners said they had committed their current offense while under the influence of drugs.
Among state prisoners, drug offenders (44%) and property offenders (39%) reported the highest incidence of drug use at the time of offense. Among federal prisoners, drug offenders (32%) and violent offenders (24%) were the most likely to report drug use at the time of their crimes.
Over 1.46 million drivers were arrested in 2006 for driving under the influence of alcohol or narcotics. This is an arrest rate of 1 for every 139 licensed drivers in the United States.
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LabReqs offers the variety of testing options for Private Drug test, School drug test and Employers drug and alcohol testing with Medical Review Officer confirmations included. We also offer private interpretations of drug test by a certified Medical review officer. Drug and alcohol-related cases require detailed chain-of-custody and specimen handling by a proven and accredited forensic experts.
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Urine drug testing
(UDT) provides objective information to assist in identifying the presence or absence of drugs or drug classes the body and making treatment decisions.
Hair Drug Testing
Hair testing is a process in which hair specimens are analyzed for the use of illicit drugs. Omega Laboratories uses detection levels and confirmation methods that follow government recommendations.
When compared to other forms of testing, hair samples can detect a much longer period of drug use. For example, urinalysis can only detect most drugs within 2-3 days of use. After this period, a donor will be free of the drug, test negative and slip through the screening process. By comparison, the industry standard is to test 1.5 inches of head hair for approximately 90 days of history.
Blood Drug Testing
Yes, blood drug tests are accurate and virtually impossible to beat. Legally prescribed drugs can also be detected using this test. However, blood tests are not commonly used due to specimen collection, cost, and waiting time to get results.A blood test has very short detection window for almost all drugs is another reason why it usually isn't a good option.