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유전자를 활용한 추가적인 수사정보의 획득: 윤리적 문제의 관점에서

Title
유전자를 활용한 추가적인 수사정보의 획득: 윤리적 문제의 관점에서
Other Titles
Genetic Testing for Additional Evidence during Investigations: Focus in Ethics
Author
정규원
Keywords
DNA fingerprinting; Identification; Investigative techniques; Phenotype; Ethics
Issue Date
2015-11
Publisher
대한법의학회
Citation
대한법의학회지, v. 39, NO 4, Page. 93-98
Abstract
Since the introduction of genetic fingerprinting 30 years ago, there has been considerable development in the field of forensic genetics. A cautious approach is emphasized when using human genetic evidence in order to protect individual rights and because of its distinctiveness. Nevertheless, conventional ethical guidelines may no longer be suitable for handling information derived from genetic material. Moreover, projected innovations to maximize such systems’usage have raised previously debated ethical concerns. Recent and on-going research on the use of genetic evidence obtained from crime scenes to estimate physical appearance, ancestry, and/or personal traits is expected to provide additional investigative resources, especially for cases involving unknown identity. Given the special nature of genetic components, ethical issues need to be seriously considered and addressed when conducting research involving human genetic material. However, such ethical parameters may shift with scientific advancements. Moreover, because ethics reflects social consensus, various perspectives must be obtained and discussed. This paper introduces multiple perspectives on using genetic material as additional evidence for police investigations and indicates scope for the discussion of prospective ethical concerns.
URI
https://synapse.koreamed.org/DOIx.php?id=10.7580/kjlm.2015.39.4.93http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/28567
ISSN
2383-5702; 2383-5710
DOI
10.7580/kjlm.2015.39.4.93
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