Written by Moses & Rooth on October 29, 2013
I vividly remember sitting in Professor Fletcher Baldwin’s Criminal Procedure at the University of Florida and learning about the warrant requirements of the Fourth Amendment. I seem to recall that without a warrant searches are presumed to be invalid. The issuance of a search warrant requires probable cause which must…Read More
Written by Moses & Rooth on February 2, 2012
A Florida criminal law case involving a drug-sniffing dog will go before the United States Supreme Court. The rights of criminal defendants are at stake in the matter, which will determine when the sensory skills of a canine may supersede a person’s privacy expectations.
Marijuana Detected by Florida Drug-Sniffing Dog
The case…Read More