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Probabilistic genotyping to the rescue for Pinkins and Glenn

M.W. Perlin, "Probabilistic genotyping to the rescue for Pinkins and Glenn", Wrongful Conviction Day, Indiana University McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis, IN, 5-Oct-2018.


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Dr. Mark Perlin, PhD, PhD, MD, founder of Pittsburgh based Cybergenetics, will present on his groundbreaking probabilistic genotyping technology, which analyzed pro bono the relevant DNA mixtures and established the innocence of co-defendants Glenn and Pinkins.

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