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January 23, 2007

Drug Dogs Bust Brensike's Class

On January 19, 2007, Professor Brensike’s Criminal Procedure class hosted Sarge and K.P., two drug sniffing-dogs from the Ann Arbor Police Department. The dogs, named after officers who have died in the line of duty, came to class as part of a unit on the 4th Amendment, and the ramifications of drug-dog searches. No students were busted, though Professor Brensike had warned her class earlier in the week to leave their drugs at home. Officer Kevin Harding, who accompanied the dogs to class, demonstrated their abilities with the aid of a rather large bag of marijuana.