San Francisco – Mystery memo on DNA lab could be trouble for D.A.

Demian Bulwa, Chronicle Staff Writer- San Francisco Chronicle SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco district attorney’s office, which hired a specialist in DNA evidence to help bring unsolved murder and rape cases to trial, is now dealing with the fallout from its decision to keep secret an internal memo the veteran lawyer wrote about the Police Department’s DNA lab. Suspecting that it contains damaging information, defense attorneys are asking for the memo written last year by…[For full story: ]

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