Arrestees Not Convicted Rarely Remove DNA Samples

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Ohio is among more than 30 states that have expanded their reach to collect DNA samples from people when they are arrested, rather than convicted, of serious crimes. For those who are never convicted, removing a DNA profile from state and federal databases used to solve crimes is rare and, some say, burdensome, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Cuyahoga County officials have made a push to . . .

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