With modern day science, many arrests and convictions are a result of DNA being found at the scene, left on an item or found nearby. This result into convictions and on occasions the DNA report compiled by the prosecution as un challanged and. There have been cases in the past when the DNA sample is retested is either contaminated or left via a different source, either transferred from one item to another. We have Forensic Defence have Professionals who expertise in DNA Samples, these experts can re-examine any DNA sample which can result in the acquittal of ones case.

Back in the days, secluding a connection between a person and a crime is difficult due to the accurate evidences that will be required. During the 80’s, DNA testing emerged and was then used as a tool to guarantee a successful investigation.

With modern day science, DNA profiling is already vital and intricate as more and more devices are generated for forensic purposes. Through different determiners of DNA profile (blood, saliva, body tissue, hair etc.) taken from clothing, jewelries, objects that are subject to touch, weapons, hair brushes, toothbrushes and more – we are able to biologically connect them to a person.

At Forensic Defence, we gathered a team of experts to do the job. For major or minor cases, we use a variety of tools for DNA sampling. From the evidences gathered and biological samples, we can compare and come up with an accurate result that will be presented in front of the court. We also have an updated database ready for use.

There may be cases where DNA samples are contaminated, unpreserved or insufficient and it may complicate and delay appeals. Forensic Defence experts also offer re-examining DNA samples to ensure a precise conclusion.

We value re-testing such DNA’s with minimal accuracy because of time and cost restraints. For clients who have experienced these, Forensic Defence is willing to work with them, with the use of additional information that can guarantee the required results.

Our forensic examiners have experiences both in court and laboratories and they have done samplings from previous cases. They are accredited with proper training requirements.