Criminal Practice – Search & Seizure – First Impression – Drug Dog Sniff of Vehicle – Recent PassengerState v. Smith At a gas station, defendant, another passenger, and the driver got out of a car that was playing loud music. The driver was ticketed for a noise ordinance violation, and a drug dog alerted to a controlled substance at the driver’s door. These circumstances did not give police reasonable cause to search defendant’s person.
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Published: August 10, 2012
Time posted: 3:49 pm
Tags: Criminal Practice, Drug Dog Sniff of Vehicle, first impression, Recent Passenger, search & seizure