Controversial Collection of Arrestees’ DNA Solves Cases

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Opponents of the practice, including defense attorneys and civil rights groups, say that when people are swabbed for a DNA sample when they’re arrested, they are being treated as if they’re suspects in other crimes or even implicating themselves in crimes they may not be suspected of.
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