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Supreme Court upholds warrantless DNA collection for arrests

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After arresting Toya Latrice Daniels, 38, Buena Park police officer James Woo, right, walks Daniels out her apartment complex and to his patrol car. Bruce Chambers/Orange County Register

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.

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