When was DNA first used to convict criminals?

Answer The first time DNA was used in a courtroom to convict a criminal was in 1987. It was used to prove that a Florida teenager was guilty of sexual battery.Source:More About DNA and Criminal Cases

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Why is pip's convict fighting with the 2nd convict at the time of their capture?

because he doesn't like him and the second convict was like a dude that made him go to prison for a long time and was mean to him

Where does pip first encounter the convict?

Pip first encounters the escaped convict, Magwitch, hiding in the graveyard where Pip's parents are buried.

90's police show where police use cars and money they confiscate from criminals All undercover police drive nice cars taken from criminals?

for family feud: sweating, grip armrest, shaking, close their eyes, throw up

What is it called when you are a convict and are released to work?

A convict who is allowed to leave confinement for employment is under "work release," meaning that he is allowed to go to work under the restriction that he returns to prison and does not stray fro... Read More »