NYC Using DNA to Make Gun Charges Stick With Jurors

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For all of New York City’s success in reducing violent crime, only about half of the people arrested for carrying a loaded gun in the city get convicted. Juries like hard evidence and often mistrust cases that hinge on police testimony. To change that, the city is pursuing an ambitious and expensive plan to collect and test DNA from every gun recovered by police, reports The . . .

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