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DNA before proven guilty in Colorado

Hankenstein (107201) writes | more than 5 years ago

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Hankenstein (107201) writes "A bill before the Colorado legislature attempts to mandate a DNA sample when merely arrested on felony charges
No mention of purging "innocent" DNA and while not a huge step in the erosion of rights direction, a step nonetheless.
"Under current Colorado law, DNA is taken after a felony conviction. Senate Bill 241, by Morse, would require a DNA sample be taken after a
person is arrested on felony charges. ""

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