People v. Devone, 91
Defendants' drug convictions are affirmed where: 1) a canine sniff of the exterior of a lawfully stopped vehicle constituted a search under article I, section 12 of the New York Constitution, and thus required reasonable suspicion; and 2) the government demonstrated such a reasonable suspicion in the cases at issue.
- Decided 06/08/2010
- Published 06/08/2010
Court of Appeals of New York
Case No. 91: Kent J. Gebert, for appellant., Case No. 92: Peter B. Meadow, for appellant.
Peter H. Willis, for respondent., Henry Neal Conolly, for respondent.