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TrueAllele can give more DNA information about a case

In 2016, defendant Josh Huber shot and killed two friends in his apartment. The State called it first-degree murder. Huber claimed self-defense.

The DNA mixtures were too complex for the crime lab to interpret. They couldn’t draw any conclusions with simple methods. So Cybergenetics re-analyzed the lab’s DNA data using sophisticated TrueAllele® computing.

TrueAllele found the DNA mixtures contained both victim and defendant. Pointing to the results, the State argued intent to kill. On the same TrueAllele findings, the defense argued there was a struggle, proving self-defense. Huber was acquitted.

Cybergenetics’ Work
With Defense Lawyers

Cybergenetics regularly consults for defense lawyers. Free TrueAllele screening can find exculpatory evidence in crime lab DNA. Powerful computing may reveal exclusionary information – that helps your case – in a lab’s “inconclusive” data.

If your client’s DNA evidence needs accurate, unbiased “probabilistic genotyping,” call Cybergenetics to re-examine the lab’s data. Our free screening can tell you who is or isn’t in the DNA. And what the evidence really means for your case.

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For a FREE TrueAllele look at your DNA evidence contact Cybergenetics today!