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Yes. Remember the test for the child or custody of the child is what’s in the child’s best interest. So if the court has been presented with evidence that a parent has been involved in an excessive use of alcohol or illegal drugs, then the court may order alcohol or drug testing. It may be a one time test or it may be continued monitoring. Again, it’s what’s in the child’s best interest, bearing in mind that it is important to have a non-impaired parent to be able to parent the child. We don’t want to see harm to these children and therefore the courts take a very active role in monitoring the adults and their behavior where drugs and alcohol are concerned.