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Opinions – 9/4/14: Maryland Court of Appeals

Criminal Procedure Search and seizure  BOTTOM LINE: DNA testing of 13 identifying “junk” loci within defendant’s genetic material, not obtained by means of a physical intrusion into his physical body, did not constitute a search under the Fourth Amendment, and the defendant’s suppression motion was therefore properly denied. CASE: Raynor v. State, No. 69, Sept. Term, 2012 (filed ...

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