ANY LAB TEST NOW®’s Terri McCulloch Details the Misconceptions about Drug and DNA Testing to Legal Investigators
Vice President of Marketing and Sales, Terri McCulloch, presented to the National Association of Legal Investigators at their recent conference on February 16.
Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) February 24, 2013
There are many misconceptions about drug testing, including an assumption that hair testing is the most accurate. In fact choosing the correct drug test depends on several factors, including the type of drug and the length of time since exposure. There are also a lot of misconceptions when it comes to DNA testing from who can be tested to what you need to do to have legally admissible evidence. Ms. McCulloch´s presentation described many of the common assumptions about drug and DNA testing, which will help investigators choose the right test for each situation.
ANY LAB TEST NOW®, a direct to consumer lab testing company, provides thousands of tests which include DNA and Drug Testing. Medical Assistants at each of their locations are properly trained to advise consumers, employers and investigators on which tests are best for their particular situation. “It can be difficult to understand the many nuances of Drug and DNA testing and we are here to help make sure the right test is selected to meet the needs of our clients,” said Ms. McCulloch. “We provide a multitude of comprehensive solutions from Synthetic Marijuana testing to DNA testing options for proving Paternity when the father is deceased.”
At ANY LAB TEST NOW consumers can walk in and have an experienced professional collect the specimens and the results are typically available within 24-48 hours. The company offers thousands of tests with no appointment necessary and the doctor´s order provided. ANY LAB TEST NOW® has over 150 locations across the United States. No appointment is necessary, results are quick and most visitors are in and out in under fifteen minutes. Visit http://www.anylabtestnow.com to find a location near you.
NALI was formed in 1967 for legal investigators actively engaged in negligence investigations for the plaintiff and/or criminal defense. These investigators may be employed by law firms, public defenders or private investigative agencies.
Their primary focus is to educate and advance the art and science of legal investigation, and to ensure the highest standard of professional ethics. This common bond establishes mutual trust, goodwill and friendship among our members.
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