R (on application of Marper and another) v. Chief Constable of South Yorkshire
Great Britain. Supreme Court of Judicature, Court of Appeal, Civil Division
England and Wales Court of Appeal, Civil Division, 2002 September 12; 1275-
Court Decision: The Supreme Court of Judicature, Court of Appeal, Civil Division upheld retention by the police of DNA samples and genetic profiles of two individuals based on the principle of proportionality, balancing the risks and benefits for the public against those of the individual.
Date of Decision: 2002 September 12
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