DNA impresses juror in rape trial

Jun 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Asheville Citizen-Times

Phil Shaw never fully understood the power of DNA evidence as an investigative tool until he served on a Buncombe County jury in a rape trial.

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> two people sharing the same DNA, with the exception of identical twins.

Boy, they sure do like to leave that part out, or mention that in passing.
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Yup....that info can sure help

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This is one the many instances where a single detail, that appears to be too trivial, makes a huge difference in hitting the justice home run.

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