It is common to see a sensitivity level/cut-off level of 50 ng/mL for marijuana/cannibas. There is no a zero tollerance with probation departments. There is always the possibility of a false-positive and some courts and labs use different levels. If you are looking at a possible violation of probation (VOP), you should consult with an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. A good attorney may be able to help you avoid facing the VOP all together.
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Mr. Loren Dickstein, Esq.
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There is a zero tolerance for all drug testing. Generally it is the same for all counties.
Jules N. Fiani
Law Office of Jules N. Fiani
Over 30 Years of Successful Proven Results
I agree with Mr. Dickstein. Also, marijuana will stay in a person's body, for testing purposes, for about 30 days. A better drug test will provide the amount of nanograms of THC, so the Court can have a baseline. The amount of nanograms will reduce over time as long as the user does not continue to use.