May 222012
 May 22, 2012  Posted by  Court, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Lyle Denniston writes:

Maryland’s state supreme court, the Court of Appeals, has refused to reconsider a split decision barring police from collecting DNA samples from individuals who have been arrested.  The denial order, issued Friday, is here.  State officials have said they will now seek to take the case on to the Supreme Court, but added that they have not yet decided whether to ask the Justices to postpone the state court ruling in the meantime.

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