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Police dog. Photo: Rolf Klebsattel/Shutterstock. It was the first time a Florida appellate court ruled on the admissibility of cadaver dog evidence. Photo: Rolf Klebsattel/Shutterstock.

The Fourth District Court of Appeal Wednesday found that not all police dogs are created equal when it became the first appellate court in Florida to consider the admissibility of evidence from cadaver dogs — trained to detect the smell of human remains.

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Raychel Lean

Raychel Lean reports on South Florida litigation for the Daily Business Review. Send an email to [email protected], or follow her on Twitter via @raychellean.

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