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Two U.S. Supreme Court cases from Florida have clarified the use of police dogs by officers for search vehicles and private properties. Law enforcement appeared to score a victory in Florida v. Harris, in which the court validated a search that resulted in the discovery of narcotics in a vehicle. View our gallery of K-9 vehicle searches. Photos courtesy of Becki and John Johnston/AceK9.com.
Florida Carry has filed a lawsuit over the arrest of a concealed carry holder by Citrus County (Fla.) Sheriff's deputies at a vehicle stop in 2009. Read the full story here.
Santa Fe County (N.M.) Sheriff Robert Garcia has launched an internal investigation into the arrest of a woman at a traffic stop who was having a diabetic attack. Read the full story here.
A news crew riding with Beckley (W.Va.) Police Cpl. C.D. McCormick defended the officer to an irate motorist after the officer pulled over the driver for talking on his cell phone. Read the full story here.
A female Texas trooper has been fired and her male partner suspended over a roadside cavity search of a bikini-clad woman in Brazoria County. Read the full story here.
A Chester County, Pa., man berated several Upper Uwchlan Police officers during a profanity-laced tirade captured on video by onlookers. Matthew Walter told the officers to "f**king go" and said he knew where they lived. Read the full story here.
A Sidney (Neb.) Police officer berated a motorist and warned him to stop following him to crime scenes in this video captured by the passenger. Read the full story here.