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Tip of the Month – July 2012

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 1:40 PM
Monday, July 2, 2012

When an error is made on a Chain of Custody (COC) or any other document that you will be sending to the laboratory, completely blacking out the incorrect information or using white out is not recommended. If the case is to be used for a legal/court admissible purpose such as child support or custody, having portion(s) of the COC masked by white out or blacked out could cause the case to be inadmissible in court. The proper way to make a correction on documents that you are sending to the laboratory is by drawing a single line through the error, documenting the correct information next to the error, and adding your initials and date adjacent to correct information.

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