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How long should biological evidence be retained?
How should evidence be packaged for submission to the Forensic Biology Unit?
How should samples be collected for submission to the Forensic Biology Unit?
What is a known reference sample, and how should it be collected?
How long will it take to get results on the evidence that was submitted?
Are samples consumed in the DNA process?
Should cases without suspects be submitted?
What is CODIS?
I need a paternity test, but my child’s father is deceased. I know he was in prison in Oklahoma, can I get his profile for the paternity test?
Can I use the offender collection kit to submit a known sample for a case?
I received a CODIS hit letter and it says I need to use this to get a search warrant to collect a DNA sample from the listed individual. Why do I need another sample?
How do I know if a case is CODIS eligible.
What is the difference between brief contact and touch DNA?
How does the notification from the FBI that there were errors in data used to calculate population statistics affect my cases?
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