Dog's sniff may have violated the Fourth Amendment

01/3/2012 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether a police dog who alerted officers to the odor of marijuana outside a suspect's home violated the Fourth Amendment. After the dog identified the drug's scent, authorities obtained a search warrant and seized approximately $700,000 in marijuana plants from the home. The lawyer for the man arrested alleges that the warrant was not valid because the dog's sniff was an illegal search in and of itself.

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