Perimeter police dog search requires a warrant, high court rules

03/29/2013 | Reuters

In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled last week that using police dogs to sniff a home's perimeter in an effort to identify illegal substances inside constitutes a search under the Fourth Amendment and thus needs a warrant. The decision upheld an earlier ruling in the case.

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