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s parents, we want to be able to provide and protect our kids.  Sometimes that task seems easier than others. Being a father myself, I know how anxiety inducing it is worrying about their welfare.  Perhaps one of the common, biggest fears we all face is the drug factor.   You can’t turn on the news today without hearing something related to illegal substances.  And of those, none is more addictive or deadlier than heroin.

Odor of marijuana is insufficient for warrantless searches

Until recently, there was an open question as to weather the pure odor of marijuana by itself would allow an officer to conduct a search without obtaining a warrant.  A recent New Jersey Court Case has now decided this question and given us the answer.   No.