Re: Supreme Court will decide on collection of DNA samples
Searches incident to arrest (which is all we're talking about here) are critical to law enforcement safety and evidence collection. They have been warrantless for as long as the 4th amendment has been around, except for things like penetration of bodies with needles for blood samples. DNA only involves a swab, and it sounds like the "liberal" judges everybody here loves to hate stretched the warrant requirement way beyond anything reasonable.
Now that the Supreme Court is essentially reviewing whether the Maryland court went too far in protecting criminals, you'd think conservatives who get their "legal education" from Fox News would be ecstatic about the chance of getting the Maryland decision reversed. Instead, I see a bunch of "bottom feeders" language and other tinfoil hat-wearer-type comments rational people would be embarrassed to be associated with.