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Contents Preface 0 Acknowledgments 00 Chapter 1. A Revolution in Forensic Science? 1 Interlude A. DNA Profiling Techniques 00 Chapter 2. A Techno-Legal Controversy 000 Interlude B. Admissibility, Controversy, and Judicial Metascience 000 Chapter 3. Molecular Biology and the Dispersion of Technique 000 Chapter 4. Chains of Custody and Administrative Objectivity 000 Interlude C: The U.K. National DNA Database 000 Chapter 5. Deconstructing Probability in the Case R. v. Deen 000 Interlude D. Bayesians, Frequentists, and the DNA Database Search Controversy 000 Chapter 6. Science, Common Sense, and DNA Evidence 000 Chapter 7. Fixing Controversy, Performing Closure 000 Chapter 8. Postclosure 000 Interlude E. Fingerprinting and Probability 000 Chapter 9. Fingerprinting: An Inversion of Credibility 000 Chapter 10. Finality? 000 Cases 000 References 000 Index 000
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DNA fingerprinting -- History.