"He could not believe that he will be convicted on such flimsy evidence, but Collins has warned him that he must be prepared to go to trial." - Weinberg, page 56
Whether he is guilty or not, his DNA was found in a pot outside Helena's house. We are aware that DNA is a very concrete evidence, however the fact it was outside changes a lot of things. Anyone could have touched that pot and could have been wrongly convicted. When there is a DNA role I believe that it has taken from a place that prosecutors are certain that only them could have committed the crime. If there is something that plays such a big role in finding criminals like DNA, we should be more careful of where we find it. If not, a lot of people may be convicted for wrong things.