After the Supreme Court’s DNA decision, what’s the future of criminal justice?

The following is an edited excerpt.

“Law enforcement agencies routinely have used scientific advancements in their standard procedures for the identification of arrestees,” Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote for the majority during Monday’s Supreme Court ruling.

DNA testing has led to the exoneration of more than 300 people wrongly convicted of crimes. Yet the technology is far from fulfilling its promise of aiding law enforcement to identify criminals and letting the innocent go free.

Read the full story here: After the Supreme Court’s DNA decision, what is the future of criminal justice?

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