MN Court: No expectation of privacy in condo buildings

If a police officer enters your secured condominium building without a warrant and a drug-sniffing dog outside your door detects the presence of drugs, is it an illegal search?  No, a divided Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.   Read the article…………


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