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The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that a warrantless narcotics-dog sniff of an apartment door did not constitute a search under the Fourth Amendment and did not violate the Minnesota Constitution. This photo shows a narcotics-sniffing dog in Miami. (AP file photo)
The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that a warrantless narcotics-dog sniff of an apartment door did not constitute a search under the Fourth Amendment and did not violate the Minnesota Constitution. This photo shows a narcotics-sniffing dog in Miami. (AP file photo)

Justices OK dog-sniff without warrant

Hallway outside apartment is not curtilage

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