How To Make DNA Crime Labs More Reliable

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The nation's DNA crime labs police themselves largely through an honor system. In the last of three editorials on DNA lab problems, the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot concludes: “The shortcoming with this system is that it is self-starting.” If a lab concludes at the beginning that it did nothing wrong the matter ends there. That's what the
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