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Tarrant County finally, reluctantly admits there are wrongful convictions with a man who served 20 years for a murder he did not commit.

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DNA mistakes? Wrongful convictions? The answer is yes. Forensic scientist somewhat reluctantly now admits there has been an ongoing problem for years with DNA mixture interpretations.

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DNA mistakes? A noted forensic scientist stated, “DNA was regarded as the gold standard. Big mistake.” Call George Mackey, a noted trial lawyer in DNA.

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DNA Under Attack – Once the gold standard, DNA evidence is no longer considered to be infallible. DNA found at the scene does not always mean instant conviction. See the Mackey Law Firm.

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Dismiss drug possession cases with bad searches. The police do not always have the right to search you for drugs.

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Blood alcohol tests, and the labs that perform the tests, have their own unique set of problems that cast doubt on the results.

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Scandal continues to explode in Tarrant County prosecutions. DA reveals some laboratory technicians untruthful about lab results.

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Tarrant County DA’s scandal spreads. Over 4000 cases in jeopardy where officers were untruthful. DA confirms untruthful police.

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Scandal continues unabated; DWI blood test lab under scrutiny. The Tarrant County lab for blood analysis puts DWI convictions in question. Convicted of DWI? Call us.

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New lab scandal revelations continue to be revealed for DWI blood draws. If you have a pending DWI case, contact this office.

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Tarrant County DWI lab scandal expands. You may have been wrongfully convicted. Call us. 817-336-1008

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A nationwide lab scandal has hit Tarrant County. A laboratory doing blood tests for DWI cases has fired two analysts for dubious and inaccurate results.

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If you pled guilty to DWI in Tarrant County in the last year, call us to analyze your case.