Time for DNA Database Disclosure
Letter to the Editor
It was apparent from the start that the FBI's allele frequency tables would be relied upon for many tens of thousands of statistical calculations in criminal cases across the United States since 1999. Unusual care should have been taken to ensure that the underlying data would be free from human error due to manual data editing and recording and data processing errors (e.g. genotype duplications).
Krane, D. E.
(2015). Time for DNA Database Disclosure. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 60 (6), 1668.