Supreme Court to Hear Major DNA Case

The Supreme Court will revisit the crossroad of privacy and evolving science later this month when it considers whether officials can take the DNA -- without a warrant -- of someone who has been arrested but not convicted of a crime. While all states require DNA from individuals convicted of a felony, the federal government and 28 states also require DNA collection and analysis from at least some arrestees. Alonzo Jay King Jr, claims his constitutional rights were violated when he was...Full Story
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