This is an extraordinarily chilling statement:
Defense attorneys have routinely asked, and have been denied, access to examine the software's 170,000 lines of source code in a bid to challenge the authenticity of its conclusions. The courts generally have agreed with Cybergenetics, the company behind TrueAllele, that an independent examination of the code is unwarranted, that the code is a proprietary trade secret, and disclosing it could destroy the company financially.
"Destroy the company financially"? Who gives a crap about that? If it doesn't work, they should be destroyed, and should be prosecuted.