DNA Identification in Crime
DNA Identification in Crime

DNA evidence has started to play a big part in many nations' criminal justice systems. It has been used to prove that suspects were involved in crimes and to free people who were wrongly convicted. In the United States, it has been integral to several high-profile criminal cases.

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Using DNA Evidence
Given the high profile of DNA evidence during the O.J. Simpson trial, most people know that DNA profiles are used by criminal investigators.
Prove Guilt
Prove Guilt
Matching DNA profiles can link a suspect to a crime or crime scene.
Exonerate an Innocent Person
Exonerate an Innocent Person
Innocent people have been freed from death row in the United States based on DNA evidence. So far, DNA evidence has been almost as useful in excluding suspects as in fingering and convicting them; about 30 percent of DNA profile comparisons done by the FBI result in excluding someone as a suspect.
Crime Scene Index
When a match in the Crime Scene Index is found between two crime scene profiles, the submitting laboratories are notified. The identity of the donor or the specific nature of the biological sample (blood, hair, etc.) is not known to the staff of the DNA Data Bank. However, the operational forensic laboratories which originally submitted the DNA profile data from the crime scenes can now exchange information, linking the crime scenes.
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