Blog Posts in Drug Tests

All Posts
  • How Michigan Police Arrest Drugged Drivers
    How Michigan Police Arrest Drugged Drivers

    Everyone is familiar with drunk driving. The old slogan, “drive sober or get pulled over,” is burned into our brains to remind us about the consequences of drinking and driving. Assumably, most people ...

    Read More
  • Can Possessing CBD Oil or Other CBD Products Get You Arrested?
    Can Possessing CBD Oil or Other CBD Products Get You Arrested?

    While most of America recognizes the powerful benefits of marijuana and CBD products, many states remain yet to see the light. Unfortunately, this results in confusing rules and regulations concerning ...

    Read More
  • The Importance of Hiring an ACS Forensic Lawyer-Scientist
    The Importance of Hiring an ACS Forensic Lawyer-Scientist

    Modern advancements in science and technology have revolutionized how crimes are investigated. However, they provide a new source of evidence that most people are blind to. Forensics is often the most ...

    Read More
  • How accurate are blood alcohol tests and can they be challenged or beaten in court?
    How accurate are blood alcohol tests and can they be challenged or beaten in court?

    There are two primary methods used to measure a suspected drunk driver’s bodily alcohol content for criminal prosecutions: breath and blood tests. Breath tests are more frequent because of the ease of ...

    Read More
  • How to fight a DUI chemical or breath test refusal and keep your license from being suspended
    How to fight a DUI chemical or breath test refusal and keep your license from being suspended

    HOW TO FIGHT A CHEMICAL TEST REFUSAL AND KEEP YOUR LICENSE FROM BEING SUSPENDED The penalty for refusing a breath alcohol test is harsh: a one year license suspension with no guarantee for a ...

    Read More
  • Rights People Lose and Consequences if Convicted of a Felony in Michigan
    Rights People Lose and Consequences if Convicted of a Felony in Michigan

    Every criminal offense has a maximum penalty which defines whether its a misdemeanor or a felony. In Michigan, a felony is a crime that is punishable by two years or more. If you have been convicted ...

    Read More