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News Posted on November 26, 2013

Professor Joh Speaks at UCLA on Supreme Court DNA Case

Professor Elizabeth Joh spoke at the UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics on November 22 as part of a conference on "The Supreme Genome?  Maryland v. King, Myriad Genetics and the Meanings of DNA." Professor Joh took part in a panel discussion of Maryland v. King, which examined the constitutionality of collecting and storing DNA samples from people arrested for-but not convicted of-felonies.

Professor Joh's scholarship focuses on criminal procedure and policing, with a special emphasis on DNA evidence, undercover policing, and new surveillance technologies.

"The Supreme Genome?  Maryland v. King, Myriad Genetics and the Meanings of DNA"