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US v. Jordan, No. 08-1431

By FindLaw Staff on February 11, 2010 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a murder prosecution, a denial of defendant's motion for DNA testing brought pursuant to the Innocence Protection Act is affirmed where the presence of another prisoner's DNA on the murder weapon or other items would not undermine the strength of the government's case in any meaningful way.  Moreover, an appeal from a denial of defendant's motion to preserve trial evidence is dismissed as moot where the current trial court had already entered an order requiring the government to preserve the evidence.

Read US v. Jordan, No. 08-1431

Appellate Information

Filed February 11, 2010


Opinion by Judge Tacha


For Appellant:

Paula Marie Ray, Paula M. Ray, P.C., Denver, CO

For Appellee:

John M. Hutchins, David Conner and Gregory Holloway, Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Colorado, Denver, CO

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