Feds Fund DNA Testing In Virginia, Other States

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The U.S. Justice Department is giving Virginia $2.1 million to help the state get through a six-month backlog of untested DNA samples that detectives hope will help them solve crimes and that prisoners think will exonerate them, the Washington Post reports. The grants represent Virginia’s share of a $95 million pool to help states cope
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