John J. Ensminger, who practices law in Stone Ridge, New York, and L.E. Papet, the executive director of K9 Resources, write that the high court is set to consider whether probable cause is needed to conduct a front-door sniff and whether, to establish probable cause for a vehicle search following a dog's alert, the prosecution must present complete field records for the dog, not just its training and certification records.
U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Two Police Canine Cases in Fall Term
New York Law Journal
August 9, 2012
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