Court Order Drug Test
Court Order drug test is a mandatory random drug testing stipulated by the court system or as an agreement, in which the individuals are legally required to report for drug testing at a regular basis.
There are many reasons why someone may be legally required to receive drug testing including child custody cases, probation, DUI or DWI arrests, divorced parent’s agreements, pre-trial services, welfare recipients compliance.
Drug Screening Center has an extensive network of conveniently located collection sites (more than 6000 patient service center) throughout the US.
Call us for a free consultation. Our drug testing specialists will answer any questions you may have about the Court Order Drug Testing process and will arrange for sample collection in one of our patience service center closest to you.
For the past 20 years Drug Screening Center has work with social service agencies, attorneys, parents, and the court system to accomodate different scenario for drug testing and report the results to the appropriated entities and institutions.
Child Custody Drug Testing
Judge will order a drug test when he or she has reason to believe that one or both of the parents is abusing drugs
DUI-DWI Drug Testing
If a police officer suspects that a driver is under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI or DWI), the officer can arrest you and under the implied consent law adminster a Drug Test
Probation Drug Testing
The court may order a drug screen as a condition in a DUI-DWI probation.or as a condition of continued bond (release)
Agreements Drug Testing
Judge will order a drug test as a custody or visitation agreement.
Pretrail Drug Testing
A judge can implement drug testing before the decision is made to release an inmate to the community pending trial
Welfare Drug Testing
At least 15 states have passed legislation regarding drug testing or screening for public assistance applicants or recipients