Tag Archives: DNA

A Horrible Decision

On Monday, the Court said it was constitutionally okay to take a sample of “skin cells”. They might just as well take an arm or a leg, your heart, your brain, or your medical records. Continue reading

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Knock, Knock; Who’s There?

Imagine renting a home and answering the door to a couple of men in suits.  “We understand you have a few people living here that are unrelated to you.”  How would you respond to that question by someone showing an … Continue reading

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Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Many will argue that DNA can prove a person’s innocence. But shouldn’t we put the burden on proving guilt? Continue reading

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DNA: Modern Day Fingerprints?

Adolf Hitler and his cohorts would be foaming at the mouth at the prospect of using this wonderful tool for genetic linking. Continue reading

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