Drivers face all kinds of threats to their privacy, and one area sure to garner increasing scrutiny is the collection of DNA samples during traffic stops.
A recent example in the case of Troy Thomas, a suspect in a string of burglaries, who was stopped under the guise of a DUI check. He submitted to a breathalyzer test, which he passed. He was free to go. However, a sample of his DNA from the mouthpiece was submitted for testing, without his knowledge.... Read More