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  • Gansler pushes Supreme Court appeal on DNA ruling

    Gansler pushes Supreme Court appeal on DNA ruling
    Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler took a first step Tuesday toward an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court in a high-stakes case that blocks police across the state from collecting DNA samples when a person is arrested in connection with a violent crime or burglary.
  • Authorities investigate mother of juvenile who admitted role in girl's killing, lawyer says

    Authorities investigate mother of juvenile who admitted role in girl's killing, lawyer says
    The mother of a juvenile suspect who admitted this week to accidentally shooting 13-year-old Monae Turnage is being investigated in connection with circumstances surrounding the killing, the woman's attorney has confirmed. The attorney, Isaac Klein, said...

    DNA testing: Why not just trash the Fourth Amendment?

    I found Dan Rodricks' commentary regarding DNA testing and the recent Maryland Court of Appeals ruling ("DNA: Why wait for an arrest?" May 3) to be quite interesting. He states at the end that he can't think of a good argument against his position that we...

    DNA database has potential medical benefits

    I would like to respond to Dan Rodricks' column on taking DNA samples from people who are arrested ("DNA: Why wait for an arrest?" May 3). I support his opinion, but I think he could have included more reasons, especially for a general gathering of DNA....

    The only people who should fear having their DNA collected are those thinking about committing a crime

    Like columnist Dan Rodricks, I have no problem at all with collecting the DNA and the fingerprints of everyone ("DNA: Why wait for an arrest?" May 3). The only people who should disagree are those who intend to commit some kind of crime. Since I have...