Criminal Law

DNA and the Double Helix of Constitutional Rights

, New York Law Journal


In his Criminal Law column, Ken Strutin writes: As DNA analysis progresses from surveillance to John Doe indictments to standalone evidence, the heart of a case will come to be litigated in a database before it ever reaches a courtroom. Therefore, the sampling, profiling and testing continuum must become the constitutional focal point.

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