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Pawing Their Way to the Supreme Court: The Evidence Required to Prove a Narcotic Detection Dog’s Reliability
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2012-06)
Historically, courts have given great deference to the anatomical scent detectors from which the canine’s heightened sense of smell derives. In 2005, the Supreme Court supported this position and held that a drug detection ...
Interpersonal Privacy and the Fourth Amendment
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1983-11)
A preliminary examination of the extent to which the fourth amendment protects the privacy of interpersonal relationships and of information or property that one person has shared with another, focusing particularly on the ...