​The case of Mark Carnelley: This is the amount of evidence to expect in every trial

A man has been jailed for a historical rape that occurred 26 years ago, The Telegraph reported last week. Mr Carnelley was caught after receiving a caution and having his DNA taken and stored on the national database. The court heard that the probability of the DNA not being his was less than one in a billion and, although he denied the crime at first, he eventually changed his plea to guilty. Continue reading