San Diego PD Skirts Law That Limits Juvenile DNA Testing

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The San Diego Police Department has found a way around a state law designed to protect juveniles from being forced to submit DNA, reports Voice of San Diego. Under a 2004 law, DNA samples can be collected only from youths convicted of a felony or registered as a sex offender. But San Diego police are skirting the . . .

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