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DNA databases - C.F.R. Provisions

U.S. Code Title 18 > Part II > Chapter 228A - Post-Conviction Dna Testing
U.S. Code Title 42 > Chapter 46 > Subchapter XII-L - DNA Identification Grants
 

DNA databases - Selected State Laws

AlaskaAlaska Statutes Chapter 12.73 - Post-Conviction DNA Testing Procedure
CaliforniaCalifornia Penal Code > Part 4 > Title 12.5 - Dna
FloridaFlorida Regulations Chapter 11D-6 - DNA Database Collection
IdahoIdaho Code Title 19 > Chapter 55 - The Idaho DNA Database Act Of 1996
IowaIowa Code Chapter 81 - DNA profiling
LouisianaLouisiana Revised Statutes > Title 14 > Chapter 6-A - DNA Detection Of Sexual And Violent Offenders
MaineMaine Revised Statutes > Title 25 > Chapter 194 - DNA Data Base And Data Bank Act
MassachusettsMassachusetts General Laws > Part I > Title II > Chapter 22E - State DNA Database
MontanaMontana Code Title 44 > Chapter 6 - DNA Records
New HampshireNew Hampshire Revised Statutes > Chapter 651-C - DNA Testing Of Criminal Offenders
New Hampshire Revised Statutes > Chapter 651-D - Post-Conviction DNA Testing
New MexicoNew Mexico Statutes Chapter 29 > Article 16 - DNA Identification
New Mexico Statutes Chapter 31 > Article 1A - DNA Evidence
New YorkNew York Laws - Executive > Article 49-B - Commission On Forensic Science and Establishment of Dna Identification Index
New YorkNew York Laws > Executive > Article 49-B - Commission On Forensic Science And Establishment Of DNA Identification Index
North CarolinaNorth Carolina General Statutes Chapter 15A > Article 13 - DNA Database and Databank
Rhode IslandRhode Island General Laws > Chapter 12-1.5. DNA Detection of Sexual and Violent Offenders
South CarolinaSouth Carolina Code > Title 17 > Chapter 28 - Post-Conviction DNA Testing And Preservation Of Evidence
South DakotaSouth Dakota Laws > Title 23 > Chapter 05A - DNA Samples
South Dakota Laws > Title 23 > Chapter 05B - DNA Testing Of Persons Convicted Of Felonies
West VirginiaWest Virginia Code > Chapter 15 > Article 2B - DNA Data

 

Questions & Answers: DNA databases

how many yrs does this go back from when someone got in trouble , but not prosecuted or put on probation-but now has to submit a sample-has been over 6 yrs -just wondering thank yo...
I just received a letter saying that a conviction that i received 7yrs ago requires me a DNA sampling...it was a criminal trespass charge and I never got probation just community s...
In each county of New York State, who is in charge of collecting the DNA sample? I believe it is the county's DA who is in charge of this but can not find that in section of law. P...
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