Others don't force separate test sites

Updated: June 1, 2009, 6:37 PM ET
By David Newton | ESPN.com

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- One of the primary issues Jeremy Mayfield's attorneys are using to get their suspended client back on the track would not hold up in the National Football League or the Olympics.

Attorney John Buric argued in a Mecklenburg [N.C.] County Court on Friday that Mayfield's positive test for amphetamines should be thrown out because the second test, a "B" sample, was done at the same laboratory as the "A" sample.

He will argue that again on Wednesday when Mayfield makes ...

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