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DNA ruling: Crime victims lose more than 'privacy'

The criminal defense lawyers make the fair and typical plea for the "right to privacy" on behalf of the violent suspects they represent, but they ignore that the victim of a crime, be it an individual, a store or whatever, has not only lost their privacy but considerably more in the process ("Maryland police continue to collect DNA samples," April 26).

There are consequences to bad behavior and if giving up your DNA is one of them, so be it.

Peter Bell, Monkton

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