The obvious answer is to contact the lab that performed the test and request a copy. You could also check with the Clerk of Court in the County where your child support case is located in to see if a copy of the results was filed with the Court yet..
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Call the lab who did the test or call the lawyer who did your child support case.
While I suspect that they are available in the Court / Clerk's file this is not a criminal defense question; rather it is a matter of family law. I will change the practice area for you in the hope of being helpful.
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