Evidence Preservation in Nebraska

State statute requires the automatic preservation of biological evidence in relation to a criminal case for the length of an individual’s incarceration. Effective: 2001; Amended most recently: 2007.

Nebraska’s statute meets the best practices standards outlined by the NIST Technical Working Group on Biological Evidence Preservation.

Read the statute.


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