Testing the EDTA evidence in Steven Avery’s case

Some interesting posts on this subject have popped up around the blogosphere. In this “introductory post” on EDTA testing, evidence professor Colin Miller explains the flaw in the State’s contention that the FBI’s EDTA testing proved that the blood in Halbach’s car did not come from the tube of Avery’s blood that someone tampered with. And in this post, he discusses cases addressing the admissibility (or inadmissibility) of EDTA testing.