Officers Want To Get Rid Of New N.C. Dog Search Law
Posted July 6, 2004
RALEIGH, N.C. — Some North Carolina law enforcement officers want to get rid of a new law about dog searches.
The new law allows private dog handlers to register with the state and establish a commercial detection service.
Critics say only sworn officers should be allowed to search for drugs for legal reasons.
The new law is set to take effect in October.