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Capital Murder Conviction Overturned in Federal Habeas in Virginia ...

Capital Murder Conviction Overturned in Federal Habeas in Virginia ... | D.N.A | Scoop.it
Daniel P. & Judith L. Carmichael Professor of Law, University of Cincinnati College of Law; Director, Center for the Global Study of Wrongful Conviction; Director, Rosenthal Institute for Justice/Ohio Innocence Project | Email | ...
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Can arsenic bind to bacterial DNA?

Can arsenic bind to bacterial DNA? | D.N.A | Scoop.it
RT @cinnamon_carter: RT @ChemistryWorld: Never mind does arsenic DNA exist, could it?
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Center on Wrongful Convictions

Center on Wrongful Convictions | D.N.A | Scoop.it
Center on Wrongful Convictions is dedicated to identifying and rectifying wrongful convictions and other serious miscarriages of justice.
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Scientist Finds Way To Control DNA-based Computations

Scientist Finds Way To Control DNA-based Computations | D.N.A | Scoop.it
The discovery could lead to computing chips that integrate both DNA molecules as well as traditional chip architectures built with silicon to create higher performing semiconductors in the future.According to Alex Deiters, associate professor of...
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Issues and Opinions: Wrongful Convictions

When he was taken to court the courts decided that the confession over ruled the DNA and that he was guilty. He spent 15 years in jail until the Northwestern Center of Wrongful Convictions became interested in his case.
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DNA testing is not just for the most serious crimes anymore

DNA testing is not just for the most serious crimes anymore | D.N.A | Scoop.it
WWL Homepage (DNA testing is not just for the most serious crimes anymore: Some Northshore cops have busted a burglar with DNA...)...
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DNA Specialist I (SMB - St-Laurent) / TELUS Corporation | Eluta.ca

DNA Specialist I (SMB - St-Laurent) / TELUS Corporation | Eluta.ca | D.N.A | Scoop.it
DNA Specialist I (SMB - St-Laurent): TELUS Corporation (Saint-Laurent): "Be Part of the...
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"12 Years Taken From Me": Help End Wrongful Convictions

When the innocent go to prison, the guilty go free. Hear Herman Atkins, a man exonerated by DNA evidence after serving 12 years in prison, tell his story of ...
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DNA Clears Man after 35 Years

After spending over three decades in prison, 54-year-old James Bain was set free after DNA evidence proved that he could not have raped a boy in 1974. Jim Ax...
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Innocence Project Event - The Wrongfully Convicted

Seventeen people who served decades in prison for crimes they didn't commit were honored in April, 2007 at an Innocence Project Event. These are their storie...
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Innocence Project Interview - Marvin Anderson

Marvin Anderson served 15 years in prison in Virginia for a crime he didn't commit. In this short interview, he talks about his arrest and conviction and the...
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DNA questions for state's attorney candidates lead forum - TribLocal

DNA questions for state's attorney candidates lead forum - TribLocal | D.N.A | Scoop.it
TribLocalDNA questions for state's attorney candidates lead forumTribLocalBut as a former assistant state's attorney, he has worked on cases involving DNA evidence.
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FBI won't enter sample from Staker slaying in DNA database

FBI won't enter sample from Staker slaying in DNA database | D.N.A | Scoop.it
"We're talking about the murder of an 11-year-old girl, and (the FBI) may have the identity of that murderer in their database," said Rob Warden, executive director of Northwestern University's Center on Wrongful Convictions, ...
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