Tests wrongly showed mum had been taking cocaine
A WRONGLY labelled sample by a drug testing firm led to a Bristol mum-of-two incorrectly being accused of taking cocaine, a High Court judge heard.
Lawyers said the woman's drug use and its impact on her ability to care for her children had been considered a "major issue" in family proceedings, Mr Justice Baker was told.
Trimega Laboratories carried out tests showing increasing amounts of cocaine use last year. The mum of three denied it and tests by another firm showed she had taken no drugs for months. Trimega, based in Manchester, apologised after the case at the Family Division of the High Court in London.
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