US v. KINCADE, 02-50380
The Fourth Amendment permits compulsory DNA profiling of certain conditionally-released federal offenders even in the absence of individualized suspicion that they have committed additional crimes.
- Argued 03/23/2004
- Submitted 03/23/2004
- Decided 08/18/2004
- Published 08/18/2004
- O'SCANNLAIN, Circuit Judge:, Before SCHROEDER, Chief Judge, PREGERSON, REINHARDT, KOZINSKI, O'SCANNLAIN, HAWKINS, SILVERMAN, WARDLAW, GOULD, CLIFTON, and CALLAHAN, Circuit Judges.
- United States Ninth Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Maria E. Stratton, Monica Knox, and Michael Tanaka, Federal Public Defender, Los Angeles, CA, for the appellant., Marc Rotenberg and Marcia Hofmann, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Washington, D.C., for amicus curiae Electronic Information Privacy Center, in support of the appellant., Melinda Bird and Michelle Uzeta, Protection & Advocacy, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, for amicus curiae Protection & Advocacy, Inc., in support of the appellant., Timothy P. O'Toole, Todd Cox, Alison Flaum, and Jennifer Di Toro, Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C., for amicus curiae Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, in support of the appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Jonathan L. Marcus, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., and Debra W. Yang, Steven D. Clymer, Ronald L. Cheng, Jacqueline Chooljian, John B. Owens, U.S. Attorney's Office, Los Angeles, CA, for the appellee., Bill Lockyer, Robert R. Anderson, Jo Graves, Gerald A. Engler, George F. Hindall, III, and Enid A. Camps, California Office of the Attorney General, San Francisco, CA, Gregg D. Renkes, Alaska Department of Law, Juneau, AK, Mark J. Bennett, Hawaii Department of the Attorney General, Idaho Office of Attorney General, Mike McGrath, Montana Department of Justice, Helena, MT, Hardy Myers, Oregon Department of Justice, Salem, OR, Christine O. Gregoire, Washington Office of the Attorney General, Olympia, WA, for amici curiae States of California, Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington, in support of the appellee.