Ex parte Henry Watkins Skinner; Motions for forensic testing, Orders and opinions denying DNA testing (No. 5216, CCA No. 74,400 and AP-75,812).
Defense lawyers worried DNA bill doesn't go far enough.
Innocent or guilty...only your DNA knows for sure.
Counties required to preserve DNA evidence.
Convicts and the code: genetics meets criminal law in confounding new DNA statute.
CCA [Court of Criminal Appeals] to decide jurisdiction under new DNA law.
Right without a remedy?
Post-conviction DNA testings: more questions than answers.
The death penalty: always an eye for an eye?
Alert! Are you up to snuff on all of these important issues? [indigent defense, DNA preservation, racial profiling, longevity pay, and voir dire]
Postconviction DNA testing: a cry for justice from the wrongly convicted.
One hundred DNA exonerations: a clarion call for action.
Trial judge lacked jurisdiction to order DNA testing: death-row inmate who wanted to pay for test didn't meet law's conditions.
The DNA's over there, right next to the jelly: the problems with the preservation of evidence in Texas.
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