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Social activist organization says California DNA collection from innocent people is unconstitutional
A representative for one of three social activist organizations suing the California Department of Justice said its collections procedure for DNA samples taken from people arrested and later cleared of wrongdoing is unconstitutional.
An official for the nonprofit activist organization Equal Justice Society said a California Department of Justice practice of retaining DNA samples—taken from people arrested but who turned out to be innocent—targets African Americans.
An attorney has filed a lawsuit in the San Francisco Superior Court against a government program he claims is collecting DNA from innocent people.
FRESNO, CALIFORNIA – A new initiative designed to combat cyber crime in California includes retrofitting a mobile command vehicle as a digital forensics laboratory that can be dispatched to more traditional crime scenes.
SAN FRANCISCO – A Californian advocacy group has filed a lawsuit against a school district for refusing to release student arrest and citation records.