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Why and how is a biological testing done ?

i am being court ordered by a judge to take a biological testing because i pleaded guilty to a conspiring to ndeliver a controlled substance which was oxycodone i am mandated to take this test what are they looking for and how if needed what can i do to beat it i have been charged wit a felony by a judge, he ordered a biological testing, i dont know what that means or what it consists of, meaning what does the biological testing looking for i am very confused.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Mar 2011
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The biological testing means they will test your urine, blood and hair samples for the presence of a controlled substance like oxycodone.
If the hair sample is taken then there is no way to beat it.
For blood or urine sample, stop taking any drug right now, drink plenty of fluids and diluted apple cider vinegar to enhance the excretion of the drug.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal

Answered: Fri, 5 Aug 2011
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