thank you for responding. The initial terms of the discharge state that i could be tested for alcohol because i am underage. however the form from the testing center as well as the release form for the court have both stated exclusively the 5 panel.
hmm well thank you Mr. Adams
Yes that was my initial understanding. I would just be shocked to have it violate my probation considering it was unrelated. Plus it is my understanding that you can drink at 18 in a private setting in south carolina.
So it would be very weird to test for it. Plus i don't want to pay for it.
well thank you very much youve been really helpful
Hey Kirk, yes you were very helpful my main question now is whether or not labcorp can perform etg tests for use in court. Urine alcohol testing is one thing but the etg test isn't recommended by samsha
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