DNA Analysis is a powerful tool for solving crimes, identifying perpetrators, and exonerating the innocent
Crime scene investigators are called to testify about the collection of biological materials used to obtain DNA profiles
Forensic Scientists need to educate juries on what DNA analysis is, and then explain the evidence in light of the analysis
Court interpreters, need not only understand the subject matter but be able to interpret it in their target language

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Approved for 4 Continuing Education Credits by NV, TX, CA, OR, WA, OH, FL, and TN. Pending CO and ID.