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Scientists have claimed that DNA left at a crime scene could one day be used to create an image of an offender’s face.

According to experts, 20 genes had “significant effects” on facial appearance, including ones for lips, bones, around the eyes and skull appearance.

Genetic mug shots could be more reliable than computer generated mug shots based on witness description. Witnesses’ abilities to recall any incident are subject to variables. Memories diminish and distort rapidly after an event according to our vast identification procedures experience and many scientific studies.

In Your Defence Ltd solicitors are Criminal and Motoring Law experts, defending new and existing clients throughout England & Wales. All criminal offences, police stations, youth, magistrates and crown courts.

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We defended the alleged ringleader of the infamous Bradford Riots, utilising embryonic facial mapping procedures.

If you are worried about a current or possible criminal investigation, call us now on 01293 500 400 or email: support@iydl.co.uk.


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