Army investigating allegations of falsified DNA results used as criminal evidence

Army investigating allegations of falsified DNA results used as criminal evidence

[JURIST] The Army's Criminal Investigation Command [official website] announced Friday that it is investigating a civilian lab worker who admitted to falsifying DNA test results in at least one instance, examining over 475 criminal cases dating back almost a decade. The test results, performed at the Army's Criminal Investigation Laboratory [official website] at Fort Gillem, GA, could cast doubt on a number of convictions over that period. AP has more.