PTI is normally around 4-6 months long, depends on the local practices. While it is unlikely that they will test you for anabolic substances, you should consider reducing your intake of such substances so that you're not in supra-physiological ranges during the PTI program. Also, HPTA shutdown can cause harsh side effects and you should consult an internist or endocrinologist to help you through this process.
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How long it takes for a case to go through the system differs depending on the circumstances. If you do not qualify for a public defender then you should consider retaining private counsel to assist you.
Drug testing is usually a part of any sentence or diversion program.
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It is not on your typical test for recreational drugs but if that is what your on pre-trial for they would be much more likely to test you. It gets complicated because some tests are for Pre-trial release is usually the duration of the case prior to a resolution unless it is modified or terminated. Steroids can be tested for the drugs, or for t/e ratios or both. If your t/e ratio is above 6 that could occur naturally but would be uncommon. It would be more complicated and expensive but it could be done. You should look into hormone replacement if you have been using steroids. If you have a prescription you have no worries. Although if you are looking to get total testosterone above 1000 you will have difficulty finding a doc to sign off on it. If your job requires you to have an enhanced physique or physical performance some doctors will work with you. Doctors opinions on juice varies. After Ben Johnson the United States has been hard wired to believe juice is horrible. Some doctors are moving away from the old school of thought and will prescribe testosterone therapy when natural levels are low. If you must use juice I would try to find a doctor that will allow you to obtain a workable level. I have not defended steroid cases as an attorney but as a former college athlete I have been around it. If you have any questions send me an email.