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Unformatted text preview: Illinois v Caballes Police used a dog to sniff out drug to get a warrant to search a vehicle Does the dog sniff violate 4 th amendment rights? No The use of a well trained dog which just sniffs out narcotics is constitutional California v Hodari D. 2 police officer in an unmarked car patrolled a high crime area Person dropped drugs while running from police Cop called for suspect to stop but he didn’t Seizure actually happened when officer tackled suspect When did the police seize him? He was seized after he threw the drug so the drugs could be used as evidence but if he never threw the drugs until he was seized then the drugs would not be admissible...
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- Spring '08
- Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, thermal imaging device, thermal imaging, high crime area, imaging sensor Device, Facts Federal agent