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Can a police post for any smell of drugs, but did not, finding drugs in the premises?

Blair Lewis

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Jeffrey Rodriguez on January 14, 2018

No, I don't think he Adds: They are unable to make any charge of a criminal, based solely on the smell. HOWEVER, the characteristic odor of many drugs, which is issued to the employee reasonable suspicion, and even reason to believe that an illegal substance may be present and then to legally search without a warrant of arrest for drugs or contraband.

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