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Re: Criminal Procedure

Postby MinEMorris » Tue Feb 05, 2013 3:17 pm

Not sure about a blog, but I know that there are two significant crimpro cases before the Supreme Court right now: Florida v. Harris and Florida v. Jardines. Both involve police dog sniffs, and you can listen to the oral arguments to both cases. After you've finished covering the 4th Amendment in your crimpro class, you should be familiar with every case they discuss during the oral arguments (e.g. Kyllo, Caballes, Riley, etc.). HTH.

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