September 22, 2009 – A Greeley man is being held under $250,000 bail for suspicion of vehicular homicide stemming from a crash on April 23rd which left a 26-year old woman dead. The suspect’s refusal to discuss the crash with authorities moved them to test DNA found on the driver and passenger airbags. The DNA tests showed the suspect’s blood was present on the driver’s side airbag, proving that he was driving at the time of the accident.
DNA tests are successfully used to put people behind bars all over the country for crimes ranging from murder to rape, but little did we know it could also be used to prove who was driving at the time of an accident.
The Law Firm of Jason Crawford has represented accident victims and their families for more than 14 years. If you or your family needs to talk to an experienced accident lawyer, please call us today at (303) 741-0249.
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