Students discuss whether police can search your phone or take a DNA sample from you if you are being arrested. Professor Kenneth Peak responds that they cannot search your cell phone without a warrant, but the Supreme Court has decided police can collect DNA as it is a form of identification like fingerprints.
Student Perspectives: Search and Seizure
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