Does DNA evidence threaten the jury system?

@moneymind (10520)
Philippines
January 26, 2007 1:59am CST
DNA evidence has freed many innocent people from death row, but you might need to be a scientist to understand it. "A jury of your peers" may not have that background, and the judge could vacate their verdict against scientific proof. Does DNA evidence threaten the jury system? What’s your solution? greetings. : )
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@mindless (29)
• Philippines
26 Jan 07
i think it is good to use dna for conviction. since it is the most unique for each person then it is but proper to explain why it is on the the crime scene.
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@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
28 Jan 07
Yeah... i think that is really true for now... might be that later crimes or criminals will find ways to overcome such thing.
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• India
26 Jan 07
i think that it is a good way to use dna....
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@Lydia1901 (16353)
• United States
2 Feb 07
I think when it comes to this DNA testing, only the professional are allowed to do the test and then they give it to the court to use. I do not understand what that has to do with the jury. They do not do anything with the tests, they just use the results as evidence for the case.