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Laws governing police use of DNA are changing: are the proposals fair for all New Zealanders?

By Carrie Leonetti, Associate Professor of Law, University of Auckland
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If storing DNA for criminal investigations helps identity the perpetrators and eliminate the innocent, why don't we include samples from everyone?

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