DNA saves

More states are finding collecting DNA upon arrest saves lives, money and time

     "Although the initial costs of developing a DNA database may be high, the cost undoubtedly will decline over time," says Burke. "When compared to the estimated costs of crime, the initial costs can easily be justified."

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