This bill establishes guardrails around the use by law enforcement of large DNA databases with private user information.
This bill enables unconstitutional searches by allowing law enforcement to compel private companies to turn over DNA data.
This bill restricts the government's ability to go on fishing expeditions in databases containing your DNA information.
Innocent people should be protected against mass searches by law enforcement in DNA databases.
Utah lawmakers will be presented a simple question in January: should police officers be able to go on fishing expeditions in privately owned or crowd-sourced DNA databases?
This bill would nix an unnecessary and restrictive rule pertaining to DNA evidence testing that could exonerate a wrongfully accused individual.