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20th June 2011

Paternity Testing Ireland: Immigration, Inheritance and Paternity Issues

If you have a need for paternity testing, Ireland can offer a number of options in the field of DNA testing. Ireland is now just as capable as any other country of providing the public with a DNA paternity test on request, even though it is only relativel...

19th April 2011

DNA Paternity Testing for Immigration

DNA Paternity Testing for Immigration Immigration to the United States can seem like an extensive and complex process. There is a great deal of waiting and information required to complete the procedure. Sometimes immigration DNA testing is required wh...

07th April 2011

Why are personal paternity tests not admissible in court?

Paternity testing is attained for many different reasons. A Paternity test may be needed for a legal basis such as child support, child custody, or even social security purposes. Other times a paternity test may be needed for peace of mind when paternity ...

26th February 2011

Function of Technological know-how in "DNA Testing for Genealogy"

Genealogy is almost nothing but to trace the family members background by will mean of their lineages. By the approach of Genealogy we can get the precise notion of our existence. We can get the background of our family by indicates of Genealogy. It is al...

05th February 2011

DNA Testing for the Young

The emergence of the Deoxyribose Nuclei Acid test has allowed many clueless individuals to find the truth about their real fathers or the father of an unborn baby. DNA is a relatively safe procedure that only requires samples readily derived from the skin...

19th October 2009

Get real with Reality Television

Reality TV is far from educational but you have to admit that they are damned well good fun to watch. I can not speak for others and I have no jurisdiction over television stations that air these types of programme. However this type of entertainment c...

08th May 2009

Cell Phone Lookup Leads to Murder Evidence

Had the killer turned off the victim's cell phone, he might have gotten away with murder. Instead, he is going to spend the rest of his days in prison. William Henry Knepper Jr. killed his mother-in-law. First, he tried to shatter her skull, and then smot...

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