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§ 7B‑2301.  Disclosureof evidence by juvenile.

(a)        Names of Witnesses.– Upon motion of the petitioner, the court shall order the juvenile to furnishto the petitioner the names of persons to be called as witnesses.

(b)        Documents andTangible Objects. – If the court grants any relief sought by the juvenile underG.S. 7B‑2300, upon motion of the petitioner, the court shall order thejuvenile to permit the petitioner to inspect and copy books, papers, documents,photographs, motion pictures, mechanical or electronic recordings, tangibleobjects, or portions thereof which are within the possession, custody, orcontrol of the juvenile and which the juvenile intends to introduce inevidence.

(c)        Reports ofExaminations and Tests. – If the court grants any relief sought by the juvenileunder G.S. 7B‑2300, upon motion of the petitioner, the court shall orderthe juvenile to permit the petitioner to inspect and copy results of physicalor mental examinations or of tests, measurements, or experiments made inconnection with the case within the possession and control of the juvenilewhich the juvenile intends to introduce in evidence or which were prepared by awitness whom the juvenile intends to call if the results relate to thewitness's testimony. In addition, upon motion of a petitioner, the court shallorder the juvenile to permit the petitioner to inspect, examine, and test,subject to appropriate safeguards, any physical evidence or a sample of it ifthe juvenile intends to offer the evidence or tests or experiments made inconnection with the evidence in the case. (1979, c. 815, s. 1; 1998‑202,s. 6.)