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False Positives in Drug Testing:  Nyquil

Nyquil and Drug Testing

Those who use Nyquil are at risk of being accused of using meth, as using Nyquil for flu or cold can test positive for methamphetamines in the blood.  There have been many cases in the past in which completely innocent individuals are tested for drugs, knowing full well that they are not drug users and are charged with a drug offense based upon blood testing.  In any such case, it is crucial that you contact a Columbus drug crime lawyer to sort out the situation and take it under control before you face penalties for drug intoxication while driving, or are accused of being a methamphetamine user.

Nyquil Reactions in Blood Testing

If you are asked to take a blood test, you should agree to take the test.  Advise the law enforcement officer that you agree to the testing, but that you need to contact your attorney prior to testing.  This allows the legal team at Koffel Law Firm to take action to help you to avoid the penalties that can ensue if it is determined through testing that you have been using methamphetamines.  Contact our legal team at once, and we will advise you as to your best course of action in this dangerous situation.

The use of Nyquil can also result in a false positive for Ecstasy or MDMA.  This can create serious problems, particularly for college students or highschool students that are investigated when a loud party is broken up by law enforcement.  When blood testing results in a positive, the treatment from law enforcement can be particularly harsh, as they will consider that you are a drug user based upon a false positive in the blood testing procedures.  Fighting to defend from such accusations is important to the future of the accused, and our legal team is very qualified to assist in any case in which blood testing resulted in a positive result for meth or ecstasy.  We know how to address these cases and will make your defense a priority.

Contact a Columbus Drug Crime Defense Lawyer from the Koffel Law Firm if you have tested positive for drug use after using Nyquil.

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