So the officer gets the dog out of the car. The dog throws a huge change and pulls towards a house. Does the handler allow the dog to satisfy it's curiosity and follow the dog onto the person's property?
Would the change of behavior be enough to get a warrant?
No. You can use it to further an investigation though.
Crime attracts criminals and more crime. Drugs are often not the only problem at a bust. Guns and trafficking of other sorts(including humans) tends to follow the drug routes. As states like Colorado are rapidly learning, legalizing illegal substances brings with it it's own problems. No easy answer to the drug problem.
Yep, crime attracts more crime...prohibition sucks. Makes you wonder now that stuff has been illegal for so long...criminals are pretty established in the trade already....hmmm.
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