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The @SFChronicle's Editorial Board agrees: California's blanket collection and retention of genetic profiles from people arrested but never convicted of any crime is enormously overbroad…
"[I]n a system where people are still innocent until proved guilty, there is just no legitimate reason for the state to collect and store the DNA profiles of people whose only infraction was being arrested and booked into jail."…
The state's failure to automatically expunge DNA samples and profiles from the hundreds of thousands of Californians who were not ultimately convicted of a crime is unconstitutional, and we're suing to end it.…
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