The future of DNA testing and law enforcement
Word, Charlotte J.
Brooklyn Law Review 2001 Fall; 67(1): 249-256
Brooklyn Law School Symposium, DNA: Lessons from the Past -- Problems for the Future, March 9, 2001
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