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NCJ Number: 34395 Find in a Library
Title: CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITATIONS ON THE USE OF CANINES TO DETECT EVIDENCE OF CRIME
Journal: FORDHAM LAW REVIEW  Volume:44  Issue:5  Dated:(APRIL 1976)  Pages:973-990
Author(s): J SCHUSTER
Corporate Author: Fordham University
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 18
Sponsoring Agency: Fordham University
Bronx, NY 10458
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: DISCUSSION OF CONFLICTS ABOUT THE LEGITIMACY OF SEARCHES INVOLVING THE USE OF TRAINED CANINES TO DETECT NARCOTICS AND ARISING OUT OF THE SUPREME COURT'S FAILURE TO DEFINE WHAT CONSTITUTES A SEARCH.
Abstract: THE DEVELOPMENT FROM THE ORIGINAL CONCEPT OF A SEARCH AS A PHYSICAL INTRUSION IN OLMSTEAD V UNITED STATES (1928) TO THE EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY DOCTRINE ESTABLISHED IN KATZ V UNITED STATES (1967) IS TRACED.
Index Term(s): Drug detection; Judicial decisions; Police dogs; Search and seizure; Search and seizure laws
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