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Panel Upholds Conviction Despite DNA Lost in Storm

The government was not at fault when Hurricane Sandy flooded a warehouse where blood evidence from a burglary case was stored, a state appeals court has ruled, and thus the defendant was not entitled to an adverse inference charge to the jury when that evidence was unavailable for trial.


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