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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by snerd, Feb 22, 2013.
I didn't know that this wasn't the case. SW obtained all the time in the late 80's off of a K-9 alert.
I think the issue might be whether a dog's "alert" gives PC for a warrantless search? I think the Court is trying to say that a dog's alert will establish PC for one of the warrantless search exceptions.
So the story says nothing remotely related to your title and all the court said was that a properly qualified dog with a properly qualified handler can provide the evidence on which to base a search warrant sworn by an officer and issued by a judge. That's pretty much been the law all over the U.S. since you were born. So?
Yep - always been that way. The SC just overturned reqiring every search warrant to list all of the dog's training and history and requiring judges to be K9 experts.
The state of law enforcement in America has gone to the dogs.
I trust them more than men. Better judge of charecter as well.
And much less cranky than judges when woken up in the middle of the night for some chicken**** pot bust.