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Published on May 11, 2012
The Supreme Court of the United States really got it wrong when they said that drug sniffing dogs can be used as probable cause to violate your 4th amendment rights. Dogs can be trained to respond to anything, so how can that be indisputable probable cause? How can you not take into account possible corruption by trainers or the police using the dogs improperly?