A. At the time of the disposition of a juvenile who is adjudicated for an offense that would be a felony offense if committed by an adult, the court shall execute a disposition document or minute order.
B. At the time of disposition and in open court, the court or a person who is appointed by the court shall affix a fingerprint of the juvenile to the document or order.
C. In addition to any information deemed appropriate by the court, the document or order shall recite all of the following:
1. The full name and date of birth of the juvenile.
2. The name of the counsel for the juvenile or, if counsel was waived, the fact that the juvenile knowingly, voluntarily and intelligently waived the right to counsel after having been fully apprised of the right to counsel.
3. The name, statutory citation and classification of the offense.
4. Whether the basis of the adjudication of delinquency was by admission or adjudication hearing.
5. If there was an admission, that the juvenile knowingly, voluntarily and intelligently waived all pertinent rights.
6. A certification by the court or the clerk of the court that at the time of disposition and in open court the juvenile’s fingerprint was permanently affixed to the document or order.
D. The document or order shall be made a permanent part of the public records of the court, and the recitations contained in the document or order are prima facie evidence of the facts that are stated in the recitations.