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Note to fans of postconviction DNA testing: Move to Maryland

SCOW’s recent decision in State v. Jeffrey Denny, which restricted the availability of postconviction DNA testing in Wisconsin, was a real heart-breaker. Essentially, SCOW held that to get state-funded DNA testing the defendant has to prove the results would conclusively remove him from the scene of the crime. In a decision the EvidenceProf Blog calls a “landmark,” the Maryland court of appeals has reached the opposite conclusion. Read about it here.

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