1. A report of genetic testing must be in a record and signed under penalty of perjury
by a designee of the testing laboratory. A report made under the requirements of sections 14-20-25 through 14-20-35 is self-authenticating.
2. Documentation from the testing laboratory of the following information is sufficient
to establish a reliable chain of custody that allows the results of genetic testing
to be admissible without testimony:
a. The names and photographs of the individuals whose specimens have been taken;
b. The names of the individuals who collected the specimens;
c. The places and dates the specimens were collected;
d. The names of the individuals who received the specimens in the testing laboratory;
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