D.Del.: Dog sniff at a storage unit not a search

A dog sniff at a storage unit didn’t violate any reasonable expectation of privacy. It isn’t the same as curtilage of the home. Defendant’s attempt to show a Franks discrepancy because he originally rented C43 but moved two weeks later to C69 is unavailing because there was no misleading here. United States v. Nasir, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 36813 (D. Del. March 15, 2017).

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