Title
CJWi06finalnoimage.correx
By
tappe
Description
CRIMINAL JUSTICE Winter 2006 IN THE WAKE OF CABALLES, SHOULD WE LET SNIFFING DOGS LIE? By Richard E. Myers II CRIMINAL JUSTICE Winter 2006 They go by names like Torque, and Bobo, and Razor. And collectively they and their brethren are definiin the scope of Fourth Amendment rights in searches across the nation. They’re narcotics detector dogs, and a recent Supreme Court decision has determined that they may be used to sniff an otherwise lawfully stopped vehicle, even when the police officer...

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