Courtroom Forensic Evidence Often Flawed: Tribune

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A Chicago Tribune investigation of forensics in the courtroom turned up evidence of questionable science, flawed analysis, and shoddy lab practices that sometimes undermine the quest for justice. Long considered unbiased and untainted, crime labs and analysts are facing new scrutiny and tough questions about their accuracy.At the center of this upheaval is DNA testing.
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