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IT IS NOTHING MORE THAN A BOOKING PROCEDURE. SIMILAR TO FINGERPRINTING AND FINGERPRINTING WAS CONTROVERSIAL WHEN IT BEGAN. IT WOULD TAKE A NEW LAW IN NEW HAMPSHIRE TO GIVE POLICE THE POWER TO SWAB THOSE UNDER ARREST. THE STATE IS BUILDING THE
"We're dealing with fundamental rights, constitutional rights, rights of people versus the rights of law enforcement to be able to conduct thorough and reasonable investigations and to protect our society at large," Nadeua said.
OPPONENTS ARGUE IT INFRINGES ON ONE'S RIGHTS. WHAT DOES IT MEAN HERE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE? JENNIFER CROMPTON EXPLAINS. IT IS CALLED A BUCCAL SWAB TEST. CELLS FROM THE MOUTH ARE TAKEN AND ENTERED INTO A DATED BASE. IT IS PART OF THE BOOKING PROCESS FOR PEOPLE BEING ARRESTED FOR SERIOUS CRIMES. SUPPORTERS SAY IT IS A NEW Saucony Shoes Review
The law involves a swab test in which cells are swiped from a person's mouth and their DNA information is entered into a databank.
Supporters said it's a new science that could solve lots of cold cases.
"We could earlier detect the perpetrators of crime," said Rockingham County Attorney Jim Reams. "We would know exactly who we were dealing with, and knowing the ID of the defendant can be crucial to bail decisions, to how they're treated, and it shouldn't be forgotten that DNA can help exonerate people."
Such a test helped a case of defense attorney Justin Nadeau's.
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SCIENCE THAT COULD SOLVE LOTS OF COLD CASES CREATE WE COULD EARLIER DETECT THE PERPETRATORS OF CRIME, WE WOULD KNOW EXACTLY WHO WE WERE DEALING WITH AND KNOWING THE IDENTITY OF THE DEFENDANT CAN BE CRUCIAL TO THEY'LL DECISIONS FOR MUCH OF HOW THEY ARE TREATED. IT SHOULD NOT BE FORGOTTEN THAT DNA CAN EXONERATE PEOPLE. IT HELPED THE CASE THAT JUSTIN DEFENDED. IT WAS A CASE INVOLVING A KNIFE, WHETHER OR NOT THERE WAS DNA ON THE KNIFE. IN THAT CASE IT HELPS MY CLIENT BECAUSE HIS DNA WAS NOT FOUND ON THE KNIFE. WE'RE DEALING WITH FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, WE ARE WITH CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, RIGHTS OF PEOPLE VERSUS THE RIGHT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT TO CONDUCT THOROUGH AND REASONABLE INVESTIGATIONS AND PROTECT OUR SOCIETY AT LARGE. Reebok Ers 1500
Supreme Court allows DNA tests of arrestees
"It was a case involving a knife and whether there was DNA on the knife, and in that particular case, it helped my client because his DNA was not found anywhere on the knife," Nadeau said.
New Hampshire law has allowed the test for convicted felons since 2010, but in 26 Reebok Gum Sole Black states, the test is part of the booking process for people being arrested in connection with serious crimes.
The court upheld a Maryland law that allows officials to take DNA without a warrant from someone who has been arrested, but not convicted, for a serious crime.
The debate surrounding the court's narrow 5 4 decision centered on the Fourth Amendment right.
"It is nothing more than a booking procedure, similar to fingerprinting, and fingerprinting was controversial when it first began," Reams said. "DNA started the same way."
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