Court Ordered Drug & Alcohol Tests
Drug and alcohol test are used for a number of court ordered proceedings which includes probation and other types of court required tests. National Drug Testing Network provide court ordered drug test including drug, alcohol and DNA tests. Results of these tests are sent to various court ordered proceedings including child custody cases, litigation and all manner of government required tests. A court ordered test should contain all the necessary instructions including what type of test should be administered and the type of drugs that should be screened for. Should there be a need for the specimen collection to be witnessed to prevent tampering, it should also be stated in the court order.
Court ordered drug test for child custody cases
In child custody cases, it is not uncommon for legal parties to seek court ordered drug test to protect the welfare of the child. Test results are most often used to prove that parents are fit to take care of the child and act for his or her total wellness and being. Spouses may be requested to submit to a one-time-only court-ordered drug test, random drug testing over a set period of time, or testing prior to enjoying visitation rights.
Customized Drug Testing
National Drug Testing Network’s flexibility and commitment to always be there allows us to customize drug testing services in order to meet conditions stated in the court order. In the case that a judge requests court-ordered drug tests to be administered randomly, our certified staff can notify the necessary parties and administer the test accordingly. Court-ordered drug tests can present a stressful situation for all involved, which is why our locations are dedicated to providing convenient service and highly accurate results every time.
Court-ordered tests can be conducted at any location utilizing the National Drug Testing Network’s mobile on-site program service. An additional “on-site fee” in addition to the drug testing fee may apply. This cost varies depending on the location, hours needed and if the on-site testing occurs after hours or on weekends.