DNA in Property Crime Investigations

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Historically, DNA evidence has been used exclusively to solve violent crimes. Now there's growing interest in using this technology to solve cases of property crime. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests to discuss the limits and the possibilities of DNA testing.


Robert Schaler
*Director of Forensic Biology Department of the New York City Medical Examiner's Office

Lawrence Kobilinsky
*Professor of biology and immunology
*Associate provost of John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Peter Neufeld
*Director of the Innocence Project at Cardozo Law School in New York



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