Issue: Whether, when officers lawfully deploy a narcotics-detection
dog on the exterior of a vehicle and, without any direction, prompting, or facilitation by officers, the dog
briefly touches the vehicle or places its snout through
an open window, the dog’s conduct constitutes a
Fourth Amendment search by officers.
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