804 A.2d 604 (2002)

354 N.J. Super. 76

STATE of New Jersey Plaintiff, v. Anthony DELOATCH, Defendant.

Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division.

January 18, 2002.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Leslie J. Mann, Assistant Prosecutor and Robert D. Laurino, Deputy Chief Assistant Prosecutor, for the State.

William C. Strauss, Deputy Public Defender, for Defendant.


Defendant, Anthony Deloatch, requested a hearing pursuant to N.J.R.E. § 702, to determine the admissibility of DNA evidence proposed by the State through the use of a DNA identification procedure known as Short Tandem Repeat (STR). The State claims that the STR has linked defendant to the crimes charged in the indictment, including the attempted murder of an elderly woman.

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