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View Diary: Nope. That's not a violation of civil liberties or anything. (93 comments)

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  •  erm (4+ / 0-)
    I would also support the idea that a refusal to give a sample should be treated as an admission of guilt.
    Only in that case, or in other cases too?
    •  If you're accused of a crime (1+ / 0-)
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      debedb

      In twigg's world (and in DWI jurisprudence) you're guilty unless you can prove your innocence.  In the legal system we supposedly have in the US, the opposite is true.  Not to mention that there are PLENTY of reasons to never, ever consent to any sort of search.  

      "And the President of the United States - would be seated right here. I would be here. And he would be here. I would turn - and there he’d be. I could pet ‘im." - Lewis Black

      by libdevil on Sat Dec 29, 2012 at 09:25:40 AM PST

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