(a) At the hearing, the mother and alleged father are competent to testify. If the mother is married, both she and her husband may testify as to nonaccess.
(b) The Court may exclude the general public from the hearing room and may admit only persons directly interested in the case, including officers of the Court and witnesses.
(c) Upon motion of the alleged father, blood grouping tests may be ordered and the results received in evidence.History: 1980, PL 16-71 § 1.
Section permitting service of juror literate in only one of the two named languages and illiterate in the other does not violate defendant’s constitutional right to effective assistance of counsel use of translator for jury instructions does not violate constitutional right to due process. A.S.G. v. Agasiva, 4 ASR2d 110 (1987).
Research Guide: CRS 19-6-104.