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Criminal Law : Warrant Search – Dog Sniff – Prosecutor Misconduct

(1)Where a police dog sniffed outside the door to defendant’s apartment from a common hallway, the sniff did not constitute a search subject to the Fourth Amendment, and the officers obtaining the warrant reasonably relied on binding precedent, so the exclusionary rule did not apply to preclude use of the drug dog’s evidence in the ...