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Shivers' barrister Patrick O'Connor said: "There has to be a real risk that some tiny quantities of DNA may have been transferred completely unwittingly from the exterior of this phone and then appeared on the swabs which were taken from the back of the Sim card or the cavity of the phone Unless the gloves were changed every time between the handling of the body of the phone and the external parts of the phone and battery and the SIM.
Defence barrister Patrick O'Connor QC said: "There has to be a real risk that some tiny quantities of DNA may have been transferred completely unwittingly from the exterior of this mobile phone and then appeared on the swabs which were taken from the back of the Sim card or the cavity inside the mobile phone.
Mr Orford said: "We've received a number of calls recently from members who have been notified by Getty that they owe money because they are, however unwittingly, using unlicensed images on their websites.
After a meeting between Sheffield MD John Gilburn and Evans, Gilburn issued the following statement: "In accordance with the GBGB Disciplinary Committee's finding, we believe that, wittingly or unwittingly, Carol Evans has damaged the integrity and reputation of Owlerton Greyhound Stadium.
Seven passengers were stopped as they went through scanning machines while the electrician unwittingly evaded checks at Poprad Tatry and made it to Dublin.
The diplomatic row erupted after Slovak airport police randomly planted powerful RDX in the 49-year-old's bag but took three days to warn authorities he had unwittingly evaded scanning machines.
London, Mar 31 (ANI): A porn star who shares her name with the British Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, has revealed that she finds it kinky to think that the latter's husband might be unwittingly watching her flicks.
A CLEARING agent has denied forging a signature on a visa application, claiming he had unwittingly submitted the form on behalf of another agent.
When Homer unwittingly pollutes Lake Springfield, the government decides the city has to be isolated from the rest of the country, building a giant dome to enclose it.
An automated program that is supposed to pass this difficult computation test just has to forward the captcha image to a real person, at a different Web site, who will then unwittingly assist the automated program.
Much racial strife is catalogued here, alongside the requisite thumbnail sketches of playwright Tennessee Williams, who achieved a symbiotic relationship with the city; Armstrong, a native son who eventually scornfully declared, "They treat me better all over the world than they do in my own hometown"; and Ruby Bridges, whose integration into the city's schools unwittingly led to segregation via gentrification.
Valerie finds herself drawn into the dark world of faerie and bound in service to the troll Ravus, unwittingly caught up in an intrigue involving murder and deception.