Doe v. Renfrow (1981)

Doc's CJ Glossary by Adam J. McKee
Course: Introduction / Procedural Law

Doe v. Renfrow (1981) was a ruling by the Seventh Circuit that suspicionless dog sniffs of public school children are not searches for Fourth Amendment purposes.

Citation: Doe v. Renfrow, 475 F. Supp. 1012 (D. Ind. 1979)

The Petition for a rehearing of the case by the Supreme Court of the United States was denied, but Justice BRENNAN wrote an informative dissenting opinion.

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Last Modified: 07/19/2021


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