Should police be notified when lab results have been completed?


Say Yes

(150 votes)



Say No

(11 votes)


161 total votes

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Tax_Payer said...

I don't know what this poll is about. If it has to do with reinforcing criminal charges, then the State Attorneys, Defendants attorneys; and police, if they have not completed their investigation. If the defendant has already been satisficed through prosecution, then police may through out new evidence because the case went closed.

DNA paternity tests don't necessarily need to get sent to the police either.

September 18, 2011 at 10:28 a.m.
dialoger said...

Yes, police should be notified when test results are completed and then it would be up to them to obtain the results. It's a waste of their time to have to check periodically to see if results are back. It also leaves criminals on the streets unnecessarily with the potential for committing more crimes.

September 18, 2011 at 5:44 p.m.
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