Idaho Legal DNA Testing Laws & Statutes
Idaho Legal DNA Paternity Testing To Change Name On Birth Certificate
Idaho Birth Certificate Vital Statistic Information:
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Idaho Paternity DNA Testing Laws & Statutes:
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According to the Laws of Idaho and paternity statute 7-1116
PROCEEDINGS TO ESTABLISH PATERNITY DNA Tests.
(1) The court may, and upon request of a party shall, require the child, mother, alleged father, or any male witness who testifies or will testify about his sexual relations with the mother at a possible time of conception to submit to genetic tests. The department of health and welfare may order or the individuals may voluntarily agree to such tests. The tests shall be performed by an expert qualified as an examiner of genetic markers. Verified documentation of the chain of custody of the genetic evidence is competent evidence to establish chain of custody. A verified expert's report prepared by a laboratory approved by the American association of blood banks or other accreditation body shall be admitted at trial unless a challenge to the testing procedures or the genetic analysis has been made twenty-one (21) days before trial. The genetic test report must be served upon the defendant party with the complaint or as soon as it is obtained, and in any event at least twenty-eight (28) days before a trial together with a notice that the genetic test will be admitted unless a challenge to the testing procedures or the genetic analysis has been made by a party at least twenty-one (21) days before trial. A genetic test result with a probability of paternity of at least ninety-eight percent (98%) shall create a presumption of paternity.
(2) The court, upon reasonable request by a party, shall order that independent tests be performed by other experts qualified as examiners of genetic markers present on blood cells and components. Additional tests performed by other experts of the same qualifications may be ordered by the court at the expense of the party requesting additional testing.
(3) In all cases, the court shall determine the number and qualifications of the experts.
(4) The requesting party shall pay the expense of genetic testing; however, the cost of genetic testing shall be recovered by the prevailing party in the action. [More]
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