Sep 262011
 
 September 26, 2011  Laws, Surveillance

Connecticut’s new DNA testing law is either a plot line from a Philip Dick novel or a novel way to combat crime.

Effective Oct. 1, anyone arrested for any of 39 serious felonies must provide a DNA sample before they are released from custody. Samples will only be taken from those with prior felony convictions and from those who have never before provided a DNA sample.

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