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Search & Seizure – Drug Dog – Particularized Suspicion (access required)

A drug dog’s alert on a vehicle, and the fact that an officer’s search of the other three occupants of the vehicle yielded no drugs, did not together provide particularized suspicion to search defendant, a fourth occupant of the vehicle, and the trial court should have suppressed drugs found on defendant, the Virginia Supreme Court ...

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