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Between 2005 and 2006, the US Department of Justice undertook a research to identify the cost of DNA testing and analysis across the justice system. The aim of the study was to analyze the cost-benefit of the processes as well as indicate the independent costs of the different tests and procedures. The study revealed that DNA analysis uses a noteworthy amount of Criminal Justice Systems resources as compared to the solved cases (Fuller, 2011). Conclusively, the department asserts that DNA testing and analysis is expensive especially following the high number of case kits. In addition, most of the samples derived for testing end up giving inadmissible evidence or irrelevant information despite the expenses. According to Fuller (2011), the cost is a significant factor when determining whether to carry out a DNA analysis....
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