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Court Ordered Drug Testing Options in Metro Detroit


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There are many situations in which someone may be court ordered to undergo alcohol and drug testing. It might be child custody cases, DUI or DWI arrests, probation drug testing and or many other. Michigan Court Services, Inc provides multiple options that give courts and public easy way to get drug testing done in Metro Detroit. We use SAMHSA-certified laboratories, to ensure your results accurate and reliable. Read on to learn more.


Proven Record


Court-ordered drug tests can present a stressful situation for all parties involved, which is why Michigan Court Service always strive to provide outstanding service in a clean, safe and confidential environment. Our clients rave about how welcoming, professional and friendly our stuff is. When dealing with any company in the Metro Detroit Area, you want to make sure you are dealing with a company that has a proven record. We serve public and courts in Metro Detroit since 1993.


Options For Courts


For the court-referred client we offer a 24/7, 365 day-a-year call-in Hot Line for random alcohol and urine tests. Contact us to set up a random drug test schedule and let us know how often to report to you on the defendant’s program. We will contact you immediately of any missed tests or positive results. All testing staff are PBT and EBT certified operators. We can also customize drug test panel that is best fit for your drug testing program.


Record Keeping


Michigan Court Services provides accurate and reliable results for drug testing that meets pre-trial or probation requirements. We have an easy system for probation officers to access clients test results via our secure online portal. The results can be also faxed to a probation officer, the court, or an attorney. Contact us to set up you with the court access.


Type of Court Ordered Drug Tests


The most common court-ordered tests include the 5 panel, 10 panel, urine alcohol, PBT and EtG alcohol screenings. These tests detect alcohol and commonly abused street and prescription drugs. However we can always customize drug test panel that is best fit for your court’s drug testing program.

Michigan Court Services uses Random Color Code System for scheduling random drug testing. This is the most popular method used by probation courts to determine who, when and how often someone should be required to complete a drug and/or alcohol test. An individual on probation will be assigned a specific color and will be required to call into the probation courts every day. A recorded message will inform an individual on which color(s) and or numbers must report to a collection site for a random drug and/or alcohol test. If an individual does not report for their drug and/or alcohol test, they will be found in violation of the terms of their probation.



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