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This site only provides general reference & information about drug, alcohol &  DNA screening and other employer support services.  This information is designed only to help users of the site learn more about their general needs.  Legal advice - true legal advice is the application of local and federal law to an individual's specific circumstances, and true legal advice can only be given by a lawyer, whom is currently licensed, within their state,  to practice law.

This Web site is not operated by a law firm, and the content provided by this site should not be used as a substitute for legal advice from a qualified lawyer. Although we go to great lengths to make sure our information is accurate and useful, the laws, regulations and case laws vary considerably in different jurisdictions (from State to State and from County to County) and change frequently.  As a result, you should never rely on the accuracy or applicability of the information provided by this Web site, because there is no substitute for true legal advice from a lawyer.  We strongly recommend & encourage you consult a lawyer to discuss the laws , regulations and case law and how they apply to your particular situation.