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8-238 Advisory hearing

A. If a juvenile is charged with a violation of any of the following offenses and is summoned to appear at an advisory hearing, the judicial officer shall order the juvenile to report within five days to the law enforcement agency that investigated the juvenile or to the agency’s designee and submit a sufficient sample of buccal cells or other bodily substances for deoxyribonucleic acid testing and extraction:

1. An offense listed in title 13, chapter 11.

2. A violation of section 13-1402, 13-1403, 13-1404, 13-1405, 13-1406, 13-1410, 13-1411 or 13-1417.

3. A violation of section 13-1507 or 13-1508.

4. A violation of any serious offense as defined in section 13-706 that is a dangerous offense as defined in section 13-105.

B. If a juvenile does not comply with an order issued pursuant to subsection A of this section, the court shall revoke the juvenile’s release.

C. The investigating law enforcement agency or its designee shall transmit the sample to the department of public safety.

D. Section 13-610, subsections H, I, J, K, M and N, are applicable to samples collected pursuant to this section.

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