Originally Posted by medic92
I don't see how it's any different from being fingerprinted when you're arrested. Having your DNA taken doesn't convict you so it's not a violation of the "innocent until proven guilty" clause, it's simply another method to identify you if you pull something again.
I don't have a problem with it personally.
I feel that if your not found guilty.. you should have any fingerprints or other stuff destroyed...
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