Airdate: 04/01/07 A perfect DNA match can solve a crime, but what happens when the match is close, but not exact? Such results could indicate that although the suspect is innocent, the real perpetrator could be a member of the suspect's family. In such cases, should police be allowed to demand family members' DNA? Is that good detective work, or is it a violation of our privacy rights? Lesley Stahl reports.
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