I don't think many people know what actually is in K-2. If it shows up in a urinalysis you may be violated. if they are using a 5 panel test it might not show. Probation is a privilege, do yourself a favor and stay clean a VOP could land you in jail depending whether your PO is a hard ass. The drugs generally tested for in a five panel are: marijuana, benzodiazepams, cocaine, opiates and methamphetamine.
Good luck, stay clean.
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The safe lawyer answer would be to tell you to stop using it. The more indepth answer is that it depends on the type of test they are using and the type of synthetic marijuna you are using. K2 is not the banned substance. One or many of the subtstancs that are in the spice/k2 are the banned substances on the DEA schedule. Probation probably uses a simple test that may not show the chemical but as the drugs evolve so do the tests that the courts will be using. Every time you grab spice to smoke I would suggest asking yourself "is two years worth this high". Even if you would pass the tests if you would get caught with it you could be charged with a new crime and be sent for two years for picking up a new charge. Play it safe.
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I agree with the other attorneys that answered, stay clean. Nothing good can come out of you getting high.
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Yes. Recently a "dip test" similar to the 5 panel test has become available on the market. I know that in some cases judges and probation departments are requiring centralized drug testing and drug rehab centers to test for it. I personally believe that it is unreliable, due to it being new. We do not know the interactions between certain legal medications and herbal supplements and the human body. I have successfully argued (in some cases and fact situations) that the dip test should not be evidence that my client has smoked K2. I have also been unsuccessful in some cases. It depends on the facts and the judge. If you are concerned about the 2 years hanging over your head (as you should be) the only possible answer has to be: stop smoking K2.
You do not need to hire an attorney. You need to stop smoking K2.