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May 02, 2012

Md. police stop taking DNA from suspects

In light of a court ruling, will no longer be collecting DNA - Full Story
March 19, 2012
Justice buried among untested rape-kit backlog?

Justice buried among untested rape-kit backlog?

Between 180,000 and 400,000 untested kits estimated nationwide - Full Story
February 24, 2012

Appeals court: Calif. law enforcement can continue collecting DNA

Felony arrest gives officers permission to obtain samples - Full Story
February 22, 2012

Woman must turn over computer hard drive to US

Prosecutor likened the password to gaining a key to a lockbox - Full Story
February 14, 2012

London to test electronic monitors to force offenders to stop drinking

Trial program would use electronic bracelets to detect alcohol - Full Story
February 11, 2012

Conn. crime lab wins accreditation bid

Justice Department audits last year raised questions about a forensic lab in Meriden that had previously gained national prominence - Full Story
February 10, 2012

Crime scene photos allegedly shown at Ariz. party

If it's true cops showed a slideshow of crime scene photos, there could be disciplinary consequences - Full Story
January 24, 2012

Judge orders Colo. woman to decrypt her hard drive

The laptop was seized from defendant Ramona Fricosu during a financial fraud investigation in 2010 - Full Story
January 08, 2012

Religious groups oppose NYPD surveillance

Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said police have done nothing illegal and are simply following leads - Full Story
December 09, 2011

Video: Evidence techs go the extra mile to return family heirlooms

Police in Salt Lake City ensured that the sentimental pictures they found were delivered home - Full Story

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