Forced DNA Collection Without Search Warrant Violates Privacy Rights
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Since: Apr 08
#1 Jul 30, 2011
In 2009, a federal court in Sacramento, California has upheld the constitutionality of collecting DNA samples from all persons arrested for --but not yet convicted of -- the commission of a federal felony.
I disagree with the court's ruling and it will be interesting to see how this case plays out.
“We're all Bozos on this bus”
Since: Jan 07
#2 Jul 30, 2011
I think everyone has a right to not commit crimes, so exercize that one, punks!
#3 Jul 30, 2011
dam good idea clem but you know there are always a few who think i can pull this one off.
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