The mere presence of unidentified DNA, in addition to the defendant's DNA on evidence, did not render the evidence that his DNA was present irrelevant or nonprobative; the presence of the other DNA was a matter for the jury's consideration.
State v. Morgan
Connecticut Appellate Court
January 21, 2013
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