Both prosecuting and defense attorneys need to know about the M-Vac System because it is helping generate DNA profiles that couldn't be produced just a couple of years ago.
According to the Department of Justice, "The past decade has seen great advances in a powerful criminal justice tool: deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA. DNA can be used to identify criminals with incredible accuracy when biological evidence exists." Based on the difference a DNA profile can make, your client deserves the best opportunity to have a strong, viable profile as part of the case.
Below is a short video where Assistant District Attorney, Matt Janzen, discusses the difference DNA can make to a case as well as his experience with the M-Vac System.