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The Crime Sample Database Unit, part of the Forensic Biology group at the Institute of Environmental Science and Research Limited, receives samples predominantly from unsolved volume crime cases, such as burglaries and car theft, for inclusion on the New Zealand National DNA Databank. A high...
Jury difficulties in understanding and according suitable weight to probabilistic scientific expert evidence about DNA profiling are well established. Traditional legal aids, including note-taking and allowing jury questions, have had limited success in diminishing their problems. This study...
The identification of tattoos often provides important forensic information when investigating criminal activity. Tattoos may be used by police intelligence as a source of identification of known criminals. Tattoos may be effaced by laser surgery so that they can no longer been seen by visual...
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