South Africa’s DNA Bill heads to Parliament

The following is an excerpt.

The Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Amendment Bill – also known as the DNA Bill – is on its way to Parliament after being delayed for five years.

Proponents of the bill say it has the potential to help police take violent criminals off South Africa’s streets.

According to a cabinet statement, the bill “paves the way to regulate and promote the use of DNA in combating crime, taking into account constitutional requirements”.

Read the full article here: DNA Bill heads to Parliament

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