Critics: Taking DNA from More Arrestees Could Increase Testing Backlogs

After the Supreme Court’s ruling allowing seizure of arrestees’ DNA, the Washington Post notes that the technology is far from fulfilling its promise of aiding law enforcement to identify criminals and letting the innocent go free. A Department of Justice study estimated that around 900,000 requests for biological screening, mostly DNA testing, were backlogged nationally
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