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Supreme Court approves warrantless DNA sampling, likens it to fingerprinting and photographing

by Madison Ruppert, End The Lie:

Law enforcement can now force suspects arrested for serious crimes to give samples of their DNA without a warrant, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday.

This is surely going to be a controversial decision, as their ruling siding with Monsanto over patents on “self-replicating technology” in May was.

Both law enforcement officials and privacy groups were keeping a close eye on the Court’s decision in this case because at least 27 states, along with the federal government, currently have regulations requiring suspects to give DNA samples when arrested for allegedly committing certain crimes, regardless of conviction.

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