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SCOTUS decides important case regarding vehicle searches, drug-sniffing dogs — II

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Last week, we started discussing a very important decision recently handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States in Rodriguez v. U.S., a case examining the extent to which law enforcement officials can use drug-sniffing dogs during otherwise routine traffic stops. In today’s post, we’ll continue this discussion, examining what SCOTUS ultimately… Read More »

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SCOTUS decides important case regarding vehicle searches, drug-sniffing dogs

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The Supreme Court of the United States made headlines earlier this week when it handed down a decision regarding the use of drug-sniffing dogs by law enforcement officials during otherwise routine traffic stops. The case in question, Rodriguez v. U.S., originated in Nebraska back on March 27, 2012. Here, a police officer pulled a… Read More »

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