Can My Boyfriend Pass His 72 Hour Drug Test Tuesday Morning if He Drank Saturday Night?

Question by Zora: Can my boyfriend pass his 72 hour drug test tuesday morning if he drank Saturday night?
My boyfriend is in a drug treatment program, drug court. He has to take a 72 hour drug test tomorrow morning (tuesday) and he drank Saturday night. He did not do any drugs, he just drank. My question is, can he pass it if he drinks shit loads of water and cranberry juice?? Does this 72 hour drug test thing even detect alcohol? Or is it just drugs that it detects?

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Answer by azcards_666
it depends on what type of program he is in if he is in a alcohol rehab then yea he will pass the test becuase alcohol only stays in your system for 24 hours.

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