Air Force E-6 tested positive for D-Amphetamines on a military urinalysis test. When he was pulled in for questioning by OSI, he was ordered to provide another urinalysis sample. This second sample also tested positive for D-Amphetamine. Based on the nanogram levels and time between urinalysis collections, the two tests were clearly the result of two separate ingestions of D-Amphetamine. At his subsequent court-martial, we were able to demonstrate that our client had unknowingly ingested his wife’s Adderall prescription on numerous occasions. Our cross examination of the government’s forensic toxicologist led to her conceding the scientific plausibility of this explanation, based both on the nanogram levels of each sample, as well as the ration of D-Amphetamine to L-Amphetamine in the urinalysis collections. Result: The member panel found our client NOT GUILTY.