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P. v. Buza, 223698

Reversing a Court of Appeals judgment that the collection of DNA evidence as part of the standard booking procedures of a man validly arrested for arson, a felony, pursuant to Proposition 69's expanded DNA and fingerprint collection standards violated the California Constitution's bar on unreasonable searches and seizures because the requirement was valid under both federal and state Constitutions.

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  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2018/04/02


  • LIU


  • Supreme Court of California


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