Could Earlier DNA Tests Have Prevented Crimes?

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At least 150 rapes, murders, and other crimes since 1993 could have been prevented if states had taken DNA samples from non-violent criminals before they moved on to more serious crimes, a new Justice Department study says. USA Today reports that the study, provided yesterday to Congress, found that local police and crime labs have
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