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The Case Against DNA Evidence | FRONTLINE

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Published on Jun 24, 2015

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DNA evidence is the gold standard in many criminal cases. Most jurors and often the court of public opinion often believe if you can trace a crime back to a person's DNA, that person is caught red handed. But DNA evidence might not be as reliable as you think. FRONTLINE reporter Katie Worth takes you inside the case against DNA.

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