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genetic fingerprinting

genetic fingerprinting

See DNA FINGERPRINTING.

genetic fingerprinting

see FINGERPRINTING.
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Enunciation of a federal constitutional right for death row inmates to access untested DNA evidence alleviates the concerns that Texas articulated in proposing to confine DNA evidence requests to habeas.
But the head of the Mauritian Major Investigation Team insisted there is DNA evidence that will prove his officers arrested the right men.
One of my concerns is that, with the latest round of cuts, police forces will be less enthusiastic in their use of DNA evidence than they otherwise have been because it is expensive.
Without the advent of DNA evidence, Haigh would surely have remained a free man for the rest of his life, going unpunished for this crime which has devastated the life of his victim.
Advocate depute Alan MacKay wrapped up his case without presenting further DNA evidence, which was believed to prove Sinclair tied up and strangled the girls.
Rape has a six-year limit, although lawmakers two years ago extended the limit to 25 years for prosecution of first-degree sex crimes in which DNA evidence is available.
A prosecutor told a judge in Worcester Superior Court yesterday that DNA evidence collected in the killing did not match Donnie Scott's DNA.
Yet half the states still don't have laws requiring the preservation of DNA evidence in rape and murder cases, according to an August report in USA Today.
For readers in grades nine and up, this volume provides an overview of DNA evidence and forensic science, covering forensic tools and DNA typing and their history, and legal issues and specific cases in the US.
Dna evidence set to be used in thousands of forthcoming court cases is to be re-examined following the acquittal of Omagh bomb suspect Sean Hoey, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said.
Other than the DNA evidence Di Stefano questions why the Prison Governor and Sir Winston Churchill, the then Home Secretary, failed to notify Crippen's defence team of a letter received on 25th October 1910 whilst Crippen was still an Appellant.