The case for - and against - more DNA in policework
Prosecutors say adding DNA from more convicted offenders to the databank helps the police solve more crimes. They call it a "sword and a shield:" convict the guilty and exonerate the innocent.
So why would a man who was exonerated of murder with DNA evidence after spending close to 20 years in prison say the bill falls short?
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