Supreme Court Upholds Dog Sniffs at Traffic Stops The Supreme Court rules that police may have drug-sniffing dogs check out motorists stopped for traffic offenses, even if police have no reason to suspect the driver is transporting drugs.
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Supreme Court Upholds Dog Sniffs at Traffic Stops

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Supreme Court Upholds Dog Sniffs at Traffic Stops

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Supreme Court Upholds Dog Sniffs at Traffic Stops

Supreme Court Upholds Dog Sniffs at Traffic Stops

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The Supreme Court rules that police may have drug-sniffing dogs check out motorists stopped for traffic offenses, even if police have no reason to suspect the driver is transporting drugs.