Obtaining and banking DNA forensic evidence consultation paper = Collecte et entreposage des preuves médico-légales à caractère génétique : document de consultation.

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Published by Dept. of Justice Canada, Criminal and Social Policy Sector in [Ottawa] .

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  • DNA fingerprinting -- Law and legislation -- Canada.,
  • Forensic genetics -- Technique -- Law and legislation -- Canada.,
  • Evidence, Expert -- Canada.

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Other titlesCollecte et entreposage des preuves médico-légales à caractère génétique.
ContributionsCanada. Criminal and Social Policy Sector.
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LC ClassificationsRA1057.55 .O38 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 31, 33 p. ;
Number of Pages33
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Open LibraryOL17033675M

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