Washington State DNA Evidence Law Due To Expire

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Evidence in Washington State that could exonerate people wrongly convicted of crimes might be destroyed after Dec. 31 because a state law requiring authorities to preserve DNA evidence expires at year’s end, the Associated Press reprots. Leaders of the Innocence Project Northwest hope the legislature will act quickly next year to revive the state’s post-conviction
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