Supreme Court: Police Can Take DNA During Arrests

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Supreme Court: Police Can Take DNA During Arrests

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that police can swab a suspect for DNA during an arrest—though prior to any trial or potential conviction—in cases of a “serious offense,” with Justice Antonin Scalia joining three liberal justices in dissent. What do you think?

  • “I should get arrested with my son to see if he’s really mine.”

    Tad Pollard
    Pottery Worker
  • “Wait, only ‘serious offenses’? Then why did that meter maid run her finger along the inside of my mouth?”

    Alexander Mitchum
    Veneer Gluer
  • “Looks like Scalia is just another traitor. By my count, that’s nine traitors on the Supreme Court.”

    Rebecca Kane
    Unemployed
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