Dallas courts drug test specialist called 'impostor,' suedWFAA
Jul. 02, 2012
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DALLAS - The man responsible for handling most of the drug tests in the Dallas County family courts system is the target of what aspires to be a class-action lawsuit.
Jim Turnage is accused by one former client of masquerading as an expert in drug test toxicology and mislabeling citizens as drug users.
"He's not who he says he is and the consequences are far-reaching and they are very painful," said the client, a recovering alcoholic who wants to remain anonymous.