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J. Doyle finds that the trial court properly convicted defendant of child molestation offenses and correctly denied his motion for a new trial. The trial court did not commit any error by admitting the inconclusive DNA results of the victim's rectal swab into evidence. The DNA analyst's testimony about the DNA testing was relevant to understanding the lab report. Defendant failed to show that he was prejudiced by his trial counsel's allegedly deficient performance. Affirmed.