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Individuals have handed over their DNA to consumer genetic testing companies to learn about their ancestry, find relatives, or health risks, but the Wall Street Journal notes that law enforcement has also become interested in genetic genealogy and has used consumers' data to home in on potential suspects.

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Virginia's Department of Forensic Science is offering attorneys a course on DNA testing, the Virginian-Pilot reports.

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