There are many reasons one might choose to take either a drug test or a DNA paternity test. Most people probably think that these tools are primarily used by employers or courts to ensure the truth in someone’s statements, but more often than you would expect, individuals choose to take these tests of their own volition. Here are a few instances in which this is the case.
- Affairs: If you are in the unfortunate situation where you are uncertain whether or not a child is genetically yours, you might consider a DNA paternity test. If you believe your partner has been unfaithful and the baby isn’t genetically your own, your curiosity could cause you to take a paternity test to find out the truth. Today, paternity tests are producing results with 99.999% confidence. In the past, they were only 80% accurate. If you want the truth in this situation, you know how to get it.
- Inheritance:This situation might be rare, but it still does happen. Imagine you are the estranged child of a wealthy oil tycoon. Suddenly, your biological parent passed away. In their will, they left you everything. As sad as you are, you might decide to take a DNA test to prove that you are indeed the beneficiary in question.
- To Learn: On the more shady side of life, drug users might buy drug test kits in preparation for an upcoming drug screening for work. They can use this store bought test to learn whether or not they will pass the one for work.
- For Safety: Breathalyzers are not only used by officers. Conscientious alcohol consumers carry a breathalyzer with them when they go out for a night at the bar knowing that they intend to drive home. By bringing a breathalyzer to use on themselves, they can prevent themselves from driving over the limit.
While drug and DNA tests are mostly used to keep people honest, they can also be used by people who volunteer to take the test. The reasons some people want to take the test can be either noble or lascivious in nature. Still, it’s good to know that these tools are useful for many different situations.
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