Christopher Asplen, a former prosecutor and an international expert on DNA technologies, will be the new executive director of the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA), which represents state, tribal, and local criminal and juvenile justice practitioners. Asplen will succeed Cabell Cropper, who is retiring this month after leading the association for almost 20 years. Asplen's "experience, knowledge and vision make him the ideal person to lead NCJA," said the group's president, Karhlton Moore of the Ohio Office of . . .
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