Supreme Court will decide on collection of DNA samples

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  1. firefighter1635

    firefighter1635 Well-Known Member

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  2. Dog Soldier

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    No, the Lawyers are Bottom Feeders. The judges feed the lawyers. The lawyers would lose millions. They will keep the warrants.:(
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    man! they are really gonna steam roll you all eh!! you aint got 1400 days no more ...
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    It's going to happen, they can already come into your home with no warrent, take you to an undisclosed place of their choosing, tell no one they did it, and keep for as long as they see fit. This was signed into law 12-31-11 New Years Eve by BHO, and it was almost unanimously approved by the Republican controlled Congress.
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    I concure. Notice you don't even have to be charged and convicted, just a suspect. :banghead:
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    The Democrats such as Harry Ried were much in favor of the Patriot Act. They had implanted a rule in it which allowed them to investigate any gun buyer. When the Republicans removed that the Dems no longer liked the PA.:)
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    well if they want the best chance of taking the 2nd amd.
    Geting rid of the 4th is good way to start.
    they allready took part of the 1st away.
  8. nosreme

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    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.
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