Las Bases De Datos Policiales De Adn/police Dna Databases

August 23, 2019

Las Bases De Datos Policiales De Adn/police Dna Databases

Titulo del libro: Las Bases De Datos Policiales De Adn/police Dna Databases

Autor: Maria Jose Cabezudo Bajo

Archivo: Las+Bases+De+Datos+Policiales+De+Adn/police+Dna+Databases.pdf

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SINOPSIS

Although the DNA test is hardly questioned before the Spanish courts, the truth is that, as it is conceived today, it is not infallible. However, "forensic use of DNA technology" is a tool with extraordinary potential in the fight against serious national and cross-border crime. This potential is being achieved by taking into account both the continuous scientific and technological advances, particularly those related to forensic genetics and to computer technology, as well as the calculations of probability for the statistical evaluation of the test. Both factors are and will allow, respectively, the obtaining of a DNA test with a high probative value and also quantifiable. This double added value, characteristic of the scientific DNA test, will facilitate an objective and free judicial evaluation. But for this to be possible, we have to make an effort to know how this test is obtained and how the probabilistic interpretation of the results is carried out. Certainly, it is not easy to reach this knowledge, because in this obtaining, together with legal aspects, the three types of questions mentioned above (forensic genetics, computer technology and probability) are intermingled. But this task must be carried out by the scientific police who will have to take it into account when obtaining a legal test, from the parties which will allow them to be able to question it adequately in the trial and the court that can then assess it In their just terms. Otherwise, we will not take advantage of the double added value that this test can offer. Equally, all of the above requires that, previously, the legislator echoes the four subjects indicated. Although some of these developments are progressively being incorporated into European and national standards, there are still issues to be resolved and, where appropriate, regular. In order to identify and resolve such aspects in a normative manner, the legislator must recognize the synergy between the four subjects indicated, which are determinants of the reliability and lawfulness of the DNA test, otherwise, such scientific-technological-mathematical advances will not be effective . For all this, this collective work, composed of nineteen works written by Spanish, European and North American experts and from the four perspectives indicated, is addressed to all sectors involved. Only by being aware of all these issues, can we be aware of the potential of this test and its limits. Although the DNA test is hardly questioned before the Spanish courts, the truth is that it is conceived today, it is not Infallible However, "forensic use of DNA technology" is a tool with extraordinary potential in the fight against serious national and cross-border crime. This potential is being achieved by taking into account both the continuous scientific and technological advances, particularly those related to forensic genetics and to computer technology, as well as the calculations of probability for the statistical evaluation of the test. Both factors are and will allow, respectively, the attainment of a DNA test with a high probative value and also quantifiable. This double added value, characteristic of the scientific DNA test, will facilitate an objective and free judicial evaluation. But for this to be possible, we have to make an effort to know how this test is obtained and how the probabilistic interpretation of the results is carried out. Certainly, it is not easy to reach this knowledge, because in this obtaining, together with legal aspects, the three types of questions mentioned above (forensic genetics, computer technology and probability) are intermingled. But this task must be carried out by the scientific police who will have to take it into account when obtaining a legal test, from the parties which will allow them to be able to question it adequately in the trial and the court that can then assess it In their just terms. Otherwise, we will not take advantage of the double added value that this test can offer. Equally, all of the above requires that, previously, the legislator echoes the four subjects indicated. Although some of these developments are progressively being incorporated into European and national standards, there are still issues to be resolved and, where appropriate, regular. In order to identify and resolve such aspects in a normative manner, the legislator must recognize the synergy between the four indicated subjects, which are determinants of the reliability and lawfulness of the DNA test, otherwise, such scientific-technological-mathematical advances will not be Effective. For all this, this collective work, composed of nineteen works written by Spanish, European and North American experts and from the four perspectives indicated, is addr