Biological basis for DNA evidence

Duncan Taylor, Jo Anne Bright, John S. Buckleton

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Abstract

This book deals in large part with the interpretation of DNA evidence, mixed or unmixed, after it has been collected, stored, transferred and finally analyzed in the laboratory. The supposition throughout is that the earlier stages in the chain that leads to evidence in court have been undertaken correctly. The inference at the final end of the chain is practically useless unless all these earlier aspects have been undertaken with due attention to continuity and integrity.1
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationForensic DNA Evidence Interpretation
EditorsJohn S. Buckleton, Jo-Anne Bright, Duncan Taylor
PublisherCRC Press
Chapter1
Pages1-35
Number of pages35
EditionSecond edition
ISBN (Electronic)9781482258929
ISBN (Print)9781482258899
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • DNA casework
  • Peter Gill
  • DNA analysis
  • interpretation of test results
  • DNA frequencies
  • LCN (ultra trace) analysis
  • non-autosomal (mito, X, and Y) DNA analysis

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