Supreme Court Denies Claim to DNA Testing

The Supreme Court has rejected the argument of an Alaskan convicted of a brutal crime that he has a constitutional right to DNA testing. The court split, 5 to 4, that a convicted criminal does not have a federal right to access crime scene DNA for post-conviction testing.

Libby Casey, APRN – Washington DC

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