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DNA and the law in Italy: the experience of “the Perugia case”

By Carla Vecchiotti and Silvia Zoppis This article was originally published on frontiersin.org. Laboratory of Forensic Genetics, Section of Legal Medicine, Department of Anatomy, Histology, Forensic Medicine and Orthopaedics, University of Rome “Sapienza”, Rome, Italy  Today DNA analyses represent a method of exceptional importance for the resolution of judicial cases. On the one hand, they allow courts to secure criminal convictions, while on …

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Nyki Kish’s Mother, Christine Bivens, Discusses Nyki’s Case With Injustice Anywhere Radio

Nicole “Nyki” Kish was wrongfully convicted on March 1, 2011, of second degree murder for the stabbing death of Ross Hammond in Toronto, Canada, on August 8, 2007. Nyki’s mother, Christine Bivens, and English solicitor, Clive Wismayer, recently discussed the details of Nyki’s case with Bruce Fischer on the Injustice Anywhere Radio Program. Please visit www.freenyki.org and www.injustice-anywhere.org to learn …

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Justice For Brad Radio Interview With WPTF 850AM, Raleigh: Response to Appeal Ruling

As you’re all probably aware by now, Brad won his appeal – in a unanimous decision the Appeal Justices granted him a new trial!  This is the best possible outcome and it was a very solid ruling.  This case is now national news again but this time the details of the horrible miscarriage of justice are public knowledge.  The injustice …

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Injustice Anywhere Radio: The David Camm Case: Round Three

David Camm is a former Indiana State Trooper that was wrongfully convicted in March of 2002 for the murder of his wife and two children in September of 2000. Camm’s conviction was secured by faulty blood spatter evidence that has now been discredited. Blood evidence was mistakenly interpreted as high velocity impact spatter by a crime scene photographer who had …

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New DNA Evidence Proves Camm’s Innocence As 3rd Trial Is Set To Begin

For those unfamiliar with the specifics of this case, it’s a complex case filled with the most egregious prosecutorial misconduct one could imagine. The actions of public officials in the state of Indiana have impacted David Camm, his family, Kim’s family, supporters, friends and the entire community in ways that could never be quantified. It’s been going on for 13 …

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