PA Crime Lab Highlights Issues With DNA-Testing Program

Print More

Nearly a decade ago, Allegheny County, Penn., officials decided to buy TrueAllele, a new probabilistic genotyping program used to identify suspects in complex DNA mixtures involving more than one person, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. But nine years after the $206,000 grant-funded purchase, the program is still not in use. Lab officials shelved it . . .

Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!