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Title 28Chapter IPart 28


TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

PART 28—DNA IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM

rule

Subpart A—QUALIFYING FEDERAL OFFENSES FOR PURPOSES OF DNA SAMPLE COLLECTION

§28.1
Purpose.
§28.2
Determination of offenses.
rule

Subpart B—DNA SAMPLE COLLECTION, ANALYSIS, AND INDEXING

§28.11
Definitions.
§28.12
Collection of DNA samples.
§28.13
Analysis and indexing of DNA samples.
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Subpart C—PRESERVATION OF BIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE

§28.21
Purpose.
§28.22
The requirement to preserve biological evidence.
§28.23
Evidence subject to the preservation requirement.
§28.24
Exceptions based on the results of judicial proceedings.
§28.25
Exceptions based on a defendant's conduct.
§28.26
Exceptions based on the nature of the evidence.
§28.27
Non-preemption of other requirements.
§28.28
Sanctions for violations.

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