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Bird, An Examination of the Training and Reliability of the Narcotics Detection Dog, 85 KY.
25, 2013) ("the officers were entitled to have the narcotics detection dog sniff Andres's truck, and, once the dog indicated the presence of narcotics, they had probable cause to search the truck") (citing Harris, 133 S.
Yet few of the justices seemed inclined to elaborate on the distinction between "a well-trained narcotics detection dog," entrusted with the power to authorize searches and seizures, and any old dog grabbed from the pound by a police department and presented as such.
Jardines' lawyer, Howard Blumberg, argued that "when a police officer goes up to the front door with a narcotics detection dog" he has "physically trespassed, because there is no consent to do that, onto a constitutionally protected area, the curtilage of the home"--that is, the area immediately surrounding it.
Ludwig, [26] an agent walked a trained narcotics detection dog through a motel parking lot to see if the dog would alert to any of the cars.
An agent of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) checks on the Narcotics Detection Dogs (NDDs) of the agency during the ground-breaking ceremony for the P21M PDEA K9 Unit Facility in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan.
Now, as technology evolves, we are faced with sophisticated technology that we often can't see, and our narcotics detection dogs have no chance of sniffing: drones.
Three narcotics detection dogs (NDDs) were given medals yesterday for detecting the presence of methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu hidden in two shipments of magnetic lifters last month.
Procurement of 100 Narcotics Detection Dogs (NDDs) to be deployed in the country's major seaports and airports;
New owners, who were pre-screened for their capacity for human care and financial capability, adopted the retired narcotics detection dogs (NDDs) during a ceremony at the PDEA K9 Units at Barangay Sto.
The procurement of 100 Narcotics Detection Dogs (NDDs) to be deployed in the country's major seaports and airports, and the rehabilitation and improvement of PDEA K9 Kennel Facility in San Jose del Monte Bulacan are also listed among the 13 operational thrusts of the PDEA this year.