STR-Mix, one of the DNA-mixture testing conpanies hoping to prove their algorithms can successfully identify suspects when the DNA is mixed and messy, has issued a new version of its software, a press release informs us. The biggest difference? Users ...

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Changes to DNA-mixture software raise questions about old versions and more...

Changes to DNA-mixture software raise questions about old versions

STR-Mix, one of the DNA-mixture testing conpanies hoping to prove their algorithms can successfully...

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Another police charity scamming money raised for officers' widows

Earlier this year, Grits had written about a scam charity raising money supposedly to give to...

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TDCJ can't stem staff turnover crisis at remote, rural units; #txlege must align policy with reality and reduce low-level drug sentences

While your correspondent was on a much-needed vacation, the Houston Chronicle's indefatigable Keri...

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Conservatives 💗 'progressive' prosecutors, risk-assessment deep dive, on the limits of a punitive approach on fines, and other stories

As Grits prepares for a brief hiatus, let's clear some browser tabs and perform a quick roundup of...

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