(Received 1 July 1988; accepted 22 August 1988)
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State-of-the-art technology can play a significant role in solving forensic and parentage problem cases if an expert scientist is employed in the analysis and interpretation of test results. As presented in this paper, there are differences of opinion among witnesses examining the same evidence, therefore illustrating the need for careful examination of evidence even by the expert.
Adjunct professor of forensic sciences and immunogenetics, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
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