DNA on Trial Kai Ryssdal reports on the first case to go to trial in which the accused person is known only by his DNA. Critics say that prosecutors are using science as a convenient loophole.
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Kai Ryssdal reports on the first case to go to trial in which the accused person is known only by his DNA. Critics say that prosecutors are using science as a convenient loophole.