In 2002 I was on probation and was forced to give my DNA swab, palm and blood. I am mentally disabled and was not capable of knowing my rights. They said if I didn't give it they would hold me down and take it as well as being thrown in jail. I just found out that Prop 69 had passed on Nov 2, 2004 which was illegal for them to have taken my blood. I have never been involved in a serious crime such as sex rapes or murderers. I want my DNA back and sue the county for harassment, personal injury, bullying and helping my family steal my father's estate from me. I feel that they put a black mark on my name and I can not find a lawyer to take this case. The harassment is still continuing to this day. I paid 800.00 to get my record expunged and they just added a felony to it. Please help!
It's not clear what type of help you need.
SAN DIEGO CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY--20 years experience
Your post is very confusing and I am not sure what help you need. Nonetheless, you should continue to see representation by an attorney if you feel you have been harmed.
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If you have a new felony, then you probably had an attorney on that case, so you should consult with that attorney.
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