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Why is DNA so important in a criminal case?
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Weegy: When it comes to forensic science and its applications, DNA is an important part of it. [ It has resulted in many breakthroughs in criminal cases as it can be used to trace the criminals by comparing the DNA samples found on the crime scene with those extracted from the suspects. ]
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User: do you think that there are some evidences that could have the same class as well as individual characteristics?

Weegy: Clarify your question please.
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