DNA Cases

DNA evidence refers to any substance that contains human DNA and can tie someone to a crime. In recent decades, as DNA testing has become more accessible and accurate, DNA evidence has come to play a major role in convicting, acquitting and exonerating individuals accused of a crime. DNA, which stands for deoxyribonucleic acid, is a double helix, organic material contained within each cell of a person's body.

Like fingerprints, every individual has a unique DNA composition, making DNA evidence a definitive link between a specific individual and a crime. Common types of DNA evidence include: blood, saliva, skin cells, semen or vaginal secretions, hair (including eyelashes, body hair, pubic hair, etc.) Have you or a loved one been wrongfully imprisoned? If so, contact us today to will thoroughly evaluate your case and fight to ensure your legal rights are protected.

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