Detection Dogs And The Law: The Right To Sniff And Seize

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David Latimer, police chief and dog trainer
Lawrence Myers, associate professor of animal behavior, Auburn University
Lewis Katz, professor, Case Western Reserve School of Law

The Supreme Court is expected to rule on two cases involving detector dogs and the limits of reasonable search and seizure. Surrounding the cases are larger questions about the effectiveness of detector dogs and the legal questions that arise when they are used for law enforcement.

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