Paul, a repeat offender, is suspected of stealing a large amount of jewelry from the millionaire Claude Dumont. Paul insists he has never set foot in the millionaire's house. During the robbery, the burglar left several clues and traces of his passage. He left hair and a piece of cigarette. Paul agrees to provide DNA samples to the police.
Explain the techniques used to compare Paul's DNA to DNA found at the crime scene, from his hair or cigarette. You will need to include in your work three sources of information that you used to write your work. You can also include diagrams. We will leave it to the police to decide whether Paul is guilty or not.
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