Md. high court will consider standard for judging drug-sniffing dogs

ANNAPOLIS – In a case addressing if canines need resumes, Maryland’s top court will consider the extent to which appellate courts can review a trial judge’s determination that a drug-sniffing dog was qualified to alert traffic police to an illegal substance, thus giving the officers probable cause to search the vehicle. Specifically, the Court of Appeals ...

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