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Supreme Court upholds warrantless DNA collection for arrests




After arresting Toya Latrice Daniels, 38, Buena Park police officer James Woo, right, walks Daniels out her apartment complex and to his patrol car.
After arresting Toya Latrice Daniels, 38, Buena Park police officer James Woo, right, walks Daniels out her apartment complex and to his patrol car.
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Today the US Supreme Court ruled that police can routinely take DNA samples from people they arrest and they don't need a warrant. For more on what today's ruling means, we're joined by Loyola Law School's Laurie Levenson.