Can a Judge Deny a Request for a Paternity Test?

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“I live in Ohio and a few years ago I went to court for child support when the child turned nine years old and I asked the judge for paternity test, I was denied because the judge did not want to basturize the child. Is the judge allowed to deny paternity because of basturizing a child?”

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There aint no such a thing. However under certain circumstances, the Court will refuse to open a paternity case after if there is an irrefutable presumption of paternity.



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