"God Bless Our Troops in Harms Way."
Do you think that it is fair to send someone to their death based on whether something is effective "a huge majority of the time?" You own statement admits that there are times when DNA is not effective. In those cases when it is not effective, either because it has been improperly handled or for some other reason, the risk is there that an innocent person would be executed.
Innocent people have been and will continue to be executed as long as the death penalty continues to exist.
In Georgia (not sure about your state) no judge has the authority to release an inmate on parole. And in Georgia, life means life. The same is true in almost every state that still has the death penalty.
"We need to ask some very tough questions of the senator from Illinois. It's not enough to be black, it's not enough to be articulate, it's not enough to be eloquent and a media darling. The only question will be how deaf an ear, or how blind an eye will people turn in order to turn a frog into a prince." -Eddie Huff