A report of the National Commission on the Future of DNA Evidence to identify ways to maximize the value of DNA testing in our criminal justice system. This analysis applies DNA technology to the appeals process while recognizing the value of finality in the criminal justice system. Chapters: introduction on DNA Testing a the roles of the participants; legal issues; biological issues; recommendations for prosecutors; recommendations for defense counsel; recommendations for the judiciary; recommendations for victim assistance; recommendations for laboratory personnel; glossary; resources; state statutes on notification of victims; a sample DNA test brochure.Institute, he has lectured extensively on the utility, admissibility, and court presentation of DNA evidence. ... She is the coauthor of Weinsteina#39;s Evidence, the author of the aquot;Evidentiary Frameworkaquot; in the Federal Judicial Centera#39;s Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence (1994), ... Professor Hazard began his career in private practice in Oregon, where he was also deputy legislative counsel for the State ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Postconviction DNA Testing|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1999-06-01|