Court Ordered Drug Tests
Court ordered drug tests are the drug or alcohol tests to which individuals must submit pursuant to a legal requirement that they remain drug-free or alcohol-free. There are many situations in which someone may be legally required to undergo drug testing, including agreements between divorcing spouses, DUI or DWI arrests, probation, pre-trial services, and child custody arrangements. Often, the court order or agreement will determine the drug and alcohol testing frequency and guidelines. Requirements to undergo testing is common following violations like driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Child Custody Drug and Alcohol Testing
Legal battles involving child custody may include issues of drug or alcohol use or abuse among one (or both) of the former spouses. In order to protect the children, an ongoing program of random drug testing is often agreed upon between the parties or court ordered. The program may include testing of either spouse at the time of visitation or custody, just prior or just following.
DUI or Drug and Alcohol Test
Arrests or convictions for DUI or DWI often result in court-ordered drug or alcohol tests. Health Street can perform these court ordered tests, can manage your random notifications, and can report results directly to the courts.
Probation Drug Testing
In court ordered drug testing for probation or pre-trial services, results can be faxed to a probation officer, the court, or an attorney.