Arrestee DNA and Rape: One Prosecutor's Story Arrives at Supreme Court

When the Supreme Court hears a case challenging a Maryland DNA law this week, one former prosecutor will be remembering the dormant rape case she says was solved because of the law. At issue before the court is the Maryland DNA Collection Act, a law that allows officials to take the DNA from those who have been arrested, but not convicted of a serious crime. Read the legal case here: Elizabeth Ireland, the former prosecutor from Wicomico County, Maryland, knows the Supreme Court arguments...Full Story
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