ND Supreme Court: Warrantless drug-sniffing dogs OK in condos

The North Dakota Supreme Court says it’s OK for police to bring drug-sniffing dogs into privately owned condominiums without a warrant.  The opinion posted last week rejected an appeal by Andrew Williams, a West Fargo man who was arrested for possession of marijuana after police brought the dog into a common hallway he shared with another resident in the condo.    Read the article……….


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