ABA Standards for Criminal Justice: DNA Evidence
American Bar Association, 2007 - Law - 143 pages
"Although the Standards in this volume are considered part of the set of Third Edition ABA Criminal Justice Standards, the earlier editions did not include standards on DNA evidence. Therefore, the Standards included here are the first ABA Criminal Justice Standards on DNA Evidence."--Page iii.
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