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Drug Dogs No Longer Permitted to Search Curtilage Without Warrant
Drug Dogs No Longer Permitted to Search Curtilage Without Warrant

Police train drug dogs to detect the scent of drugs within a home, car, or on a person when a human's senses wouldn't be able to pick up the odor. This can be extremely beneficial for law enforcement who believe that a suspect may have hidden illegal narcotics somewhere that ...

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Blog posts in March, 2013

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    If you are currently on disability benefits but would like to eventually get back to work, then the Ticket to Work Program that is regulated by the ...

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  • Texas Ice Cream Truck Full of Drugs

    Drug ring leaders often try to conceal their drugs in the most conspicuous of places. Recently, Texas authorities were shocked when they discovered ...

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    A Plano man was arrested last year when he tried to plant a bomb in an above ground gas line that would have caused a terrible explosion had it been ...

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  • Can you Receive SSDI Back Pay?

    If you are an SSDI recipient, then you may be eligible to receive back pay due to the length of time that it takes to process your claim. Applicants ...

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    If you are renting a home or apartment in the state of Texas, then you are restricting from using illegal narcotics in that home. This is true in any ...

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    If you hit another vehicle and then sped off without stopping to exchange information with the other driver, then you are a hit-and-run accident ...

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  • Check on the Status of your Disability Claim

    If you are currently waiting to hear back from the Social Security Administration regarding a disability claim, then you may be curious as to the ...

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