We can all agree that Anthony Weiner probably should not own a cell phone. Now it appears that he has not learned any lessons from his previous scandals and also should have stayed off his computer. But has he finally crossed the line and subjected himself to criminal liability? Yes.
Courts have started to pay significant attention to prosecutors' misrepresentation of DNA evidence. This is an important development because DNA evidence has become, "perhaps the most powerful, and, thus the most troubling forensic technology to ever be used in a court of law." Researchers have concluded that "when DNA evidence is introduced against an accused at trial, the prosecutor's case can take on an aura of invincibility."