ADMISSION OF DNA EVIDENCE AND OPINION OF CROWN’S EXPERT WITNESS

Where a judge had been entitled to allow certain DNA evidence, and the interpretation of it by the Crown’s witness, to go before a jury, and his summing up in respect of that evidence had been adequate, there was no reason to doubt the safety of the appellant’s convictions for possession of a prohibited firearm and causing grievous bodily harm.

[2011] EWCA Crim 1295