Illinois officials, backed by the Justice Department, told the justices that a sniffing dog is not a search, at least not as far as the Constitution is concerned. It is a reasonable investigative tool, they said, no different from the trooper's eyes or nose. Moreover, Caballes has no right of privacy when it comes to contraband, the officials said.
"Dog sniffs are unique in that they only reveal the presence or absence of contraband," Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan told the justices. "And there's no privacy right for drugs."
If a dog is no different than a cop...then I guess a cop is no different than a dog.
If a cop is no different than a dog....then why do they need dogs?
Obviously, there is a very LARGE difference somewhere.
This is INTOLERABLE.
I think there might be a market for some really
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