14 February 2007

DNA tests for minor offences

The government has announced plans to DNA test people charged with summary offences that do not attract an expiation notice.

There are already long delays for DNA work in criminal matters, with some cases being adjourned for months awaiting the results.

If the government is serious about this policy, there will need to be a lot more funding for the Forensic Science Centre, so they can keep up with the workload.

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