Drug Screen Results: What Do They Mean?

Published by Oakland County Bar Association


A client may be required by the court to take a drug test and attorneys need to know what the process is and what the results mean. Topics of discussion will include an overview of the process in Oakland County; tests conducted by the Oakland County labs; other available testing procedures.

Jennifer Williams
Jennifer Williams received a Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science and Bachelors of Arts in Chemistry from Michigan State University. She was hired by the Illinois State Police Forensic Sciences Command for Toxicology Section in 1995. While there, she analyzed blood, urine and other biological samples for the presence of alcohol and drugs for driving under the influence, post-mortem, probation, sexual assault and open liquor cases. In 2013, Jennifer joined the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office...More

Originally Published

August 9, 2019

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Drug Screen Results - Video
  • Drug Screen Results - Handout 1
  • Drug Screen Results - Handout 2

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