Court To Reconsider Case On Convict DNA Samples

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has agreed to a Bush administration request to reconsider a ruling that voided a law requiring federal parolees to give blood for a DNA databank used to investigate crimes. The 2-1 panel decision in October said the law violated the constitutional ban on unreasonable searches because
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