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Old 11-27-2011, 08:00 PM
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I need some opinions, How do you think DNA has changed our Legal System?
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It's not my opion, as my opinion is probably erroneous. But New Scientist polled labs in the UK, US, Aus and New Zeland of which some results are as follows:

The Police have to much faith in DNA profiling and don't understand its limitations -
14 Analysts questioned:
7 Strongly Agree,
3 Agree,
1 Neutral,

Bias in interpritation of DNA profiles may sometimes lead to incorrect matchs between a suspect and evidence sample -
14 Analysts:
4 Strongly Agree,
6 Agree,
2 Neutral,
1 Disagree,
1 Strongly Disagree.

Small group polled but an interesting article none the less. The full list of results can be found at newscientist dot com /aritcle/dn19317

Taken from 21 August 2010 issue No2774

Hope this helps?
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Yes thank you! This information will help me out tremendously.
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no probs.
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