11 Things Police Officers Don’t Want You to Know

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5. Is a police officer entitled to “steal” my DNA? 

Well, let’s say that someone is involved in a crime; if he or she doesn’t want their DNA on file, then they should not accept a cup of water/coffee from a police officer. They do have the right to take your DNA from virtually anything you touch.

According to a San Diego trial attorney, Nicholas J. Moore, Esq., it is actually a well-known practice among law enforcement officers. So, yes, what you see on TV is 100 percent true, at least when it comes to “stealing” someone’s DNA from a glass of water.

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2 thoughts on “11 Things Police Officers Don’t Want You to Know”

  1. This was very well done. Even with the ‘millions’ of pop-up ad, the info was speedy without long delays. This is how all the gigs should be! Good job. BTW, I did have time to check out some of the products.

  2. You specified the law in two states regarding a police officer’s right to demand identification. Is there a website where I can learn about the laws in the 48 remaining states regarding this issue?

    Thank you,

    Mary Sausalito

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