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The chapter manuscript can be downloaded here.
Commonwealth v. Foley was a landmark case in the history of DNA evidence. It was the first time that an advanced statistical computing method for interpreting DNA mixtures was ever:
Dr. John Yelenic was brutally and tragically murdered, but the trial that convicted his killer bequeathed to society a powerful truth-seeking technology for bringing criminals to justice.
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