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Wednesday, December 8, 2004

ACLU Challenges DNA testing of Arrestees

The ACLU of Southern California has sued to challenge the recently passed Proposition 69, which allows testing of those who have been arrested but not charged or convicted, as well as those previously convicted who have fully completed their sentences.  More here.  [Jack Chin]

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