Anyone convicted of a crime in New York would have their DNA added to a state database, if a new measure, backed by Gov. David Paterson, wins passage. Right now, about 46 percent of all convicts are added to the collection. The proposed legislation would cover misdemeanors, including curfew violation and vandalism. This would make New York pretty much the most aggressive state when it comes to DNA collection, and prosecutors and police say it would greatly help stop future crime.