Is it still okay to order a UA with the lab at the court. The lab told us that we need a doctor's order for a blood test, and they also told us that those UA's that the court was performing doesn't even hold in court anyway. The urine test that was done at the lab is more comprehensive and more accurate than those rapid tox tests anyway and we are not trying to spend a lot of money. You think that maybe requesting a blood test through the court or a more comprehensive UA test will also do? Not only there is an unfavorable history with the UA tester but those UA's that cost a few cents aren't always accurate so that's why we went for the UA at the lab thats tested by a doctor to test for levels and such. Thanks!
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