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Albuquerque, NM–Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas and the New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs issued the following statements and risk advisory to all New Mexicans in response to increased reporting about the rise of so called “DIY rape kits,” which are set to be sold commercially by MeToo Kits Company, based in New York City, and the New Jersey-based The Preserve Group. Attorney General Balderas issued the advisory because of the extremely dangerous suggestion by any commercial entity that survivors of sexual assault should personally administer evidence-collection kits as a substitute for a professional forensic exam.

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