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Resource ID: #6292
Subject: Criminal Justice System
Source: New Republic


New Republic article reports on lawyers and companies using "genetic fingerprinting," in which DNA from human tissue, hair or fluid retrieved from crime scenes is matched with the DNA of the criminal suspect; jurors trust such evidence as virtually irrefutable, but while the method is highly accurate, it is not infallible, April 3, 1989.

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