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TOPIC: Court says police don't have to prove dog training
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Court says police don't have to prove dog training Associated Press – 52 mins ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court says police don't have to extensively document a drug-sniffing dog's reliability in the field to uphold its work in court. The high court in a unanimous decision Tuesday overturned the Florida Supreme Court's ruling in the case of Aldo, a drug-sniffing police dog. That lower court threw out drug evidence obtained against Clayton Harris during a 2006 traffic stop. Aldo alerted his officer to drugs used to make methamphetamine inside a truck. But two months later, Harris was stopped again, Aldo again alerted his officer to the presence of drugs but none was found. The Florida court said in every case police have to bring records, including a log of performance in the field, to establish the dog's reliability in court. The Supreme Court overturned that ruling.

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No Robert it is you that posts complete utter nonsense over and over and over. You never stop posting nonsense. About the only thing that agrees with you is your voices.

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no fjep, you are the one who knows nothing about everything.

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"It is one of the leading reasons that the police have such a hard time getting warrants. "

LMFAO Police get warrants with a simple phone call. You really have no clue about nothing. You have to be the only person in existence that is completely clueless.

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Robert in most states police have immunity unless they clearly violate civil rights. So no most times a lawsuit is not possible. Unfortunately being incompetent and going to the wrong house is not considered a civil rights violation.

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Most speeding tickets can be beaten just by hiring a lawyer, The reason most do not use an attorney is because The cost of the attorney usually outweighs the fines.

People can win on their own, it takes time and patience, same thing a lawyer does.

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Agree with Robert.

Less than two months ago, I won a driving violation case. Six months ago, my son had a dismissed driving violation as well.

Indeed your chances of losing *fighting* the police if you are representing yourself. If however, you have an attorney, your chances of winning are pretty darn good.

In addition, my cousin filed a lawsuit against the NYPD about 10 years ago, and got it settled for a nice amount. I'm sure that if the NYPD thought that they have a chance to win, or that it was a worthy case to continue with it, they would not have settled.

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Rdy:

I have a prosecutor friend who would laugh at that statement that you just pulled out of your ass. You don't win, because you don't have a case.

If the police error, they are open to settlements and or suit to make you whole. It is one of the leading reasons that the police have such a hard time getting warrants.

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Robert read my post from 9 hours yes they did and they lost the case.

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None of you have said anything about if these people sued the police for their use of force.

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Robert if ever you should find yourself in that situation don't come crying here. I am sure I will not be the only one laughing our ass of at you. In fact I would like to give your bullies a pat on the back, and shake their hand. It seems they knew what lurks in your mind.

Most Liberals are pathetic hypocrites.

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