Justices May Reverse Ill. Court On “Canine Sniffs”

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The Supreme Court will decide whether a police dog is conducting a search when it sniffs the air for drugs. The Los Angeles Times notes that the Constitution forbids unreasonable police searches by the police, and the high court has said officers may not search a car for drugs unless they have reason to suspect
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