Section 15-23-102Order to submit to testing; designation of attending physician; additional testing; access to results; post-testing counseling.
(a) If the district attorney files a motion under Section 15-23-101, the court shall order the person charged to submit to testing if the court determines there is probable cause to believe that the person charged committed the crime of rape, sodomy, or sexual misconduct and the transmission of body fluids was involved.
(b) When a test is ordered under Section 15-23-101, the alleged victim of the crime or a parent or guardian of the alleged victim shall designate an attending physician who has agreed in advance to accept the victim as a patient to receive information on behalf of the alleged victim.
(c) If any sexually transmitted disease test results in a negative reaction, the court shall order the person to submit to any follow-up tests at the intervals and in the manner as shall be determined by the State Board of Health.
(d) The result of any test ordered under this section is not a public record and shall be available only to the following:
(1) The alleged victim.
(2) The parent or guardian of the alleged victim.
(3) The attending physician of the alleged victim.
(4) The person tested.
(e) If any sexually transmitted disease test ordered under this section results in a positive reaction, the individual subject to the test shall receive post-test counseling. Counseling and referral for appropriate health care, testing, and support services as directed by the State Health Officer shall be provided to the alleged victim at the request of the alleged victim or the parent or guardian of the alleged victim.
(Act 2006-572, p. 1504, §3.)