I don't see anything here about it:
But if you are dealing with a third DUI I wouldn't chance it. You don't want to fail another type of drug test later down the line. I'd worry about getting some rehabilitation and an attorney.
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SCRAM detects alcohol. You should get an attorney. And stay away from all alcohol and controlled substances.
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SCRAMx bracelets only test for alcohol. Still, it's best to avoid any drug use when you may be tested at some other point.
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