Integrity Of Preserved Evidence Questioned In 30-Year-Old Double Homicide Case

Ketchikan Superior Court Judge William Carey is considering whether to order DNA testing in a 30-year old double homicide in Juneau. It could be one of the first tests of a new Alaska law that allows state-funded examination of DNA evidence after a convicted felon has been sent to prison.

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Matt Miller is a reporter at KTOO in Juneau.

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