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Search & Seizure – Detention – Drug Dog Arrival (access required)

A defendant who approached police to ask what was “going on with [his] uncle,” who had just been arrested for cocaine possession, was not subjected to a Fourth Amendment violation when he was detained while police waited for a drug dog, and the Court of Appeals affirms denial of defendant's motion to suppress. Had defendant ...

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