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Police Collecting DNA From Criminals Reaches Supreme Court

  • Aired: 02/26/2013
  • 07:53
  • Rating: E
A man was arrested in Maryland and police officers took a DNA sample that connected him to an unrelated crime. The Supreme Court is now weighing whether the Fourth Amendment should protect him from that kind of search. Ray Suarez gets analysis and context on the case from Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal.
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