Although dogs will still be needed for police departments across the state for a variety of purposes, some K-9 units are finding out their services are no longer needed, now that pot is legal in Washington state.
When you watch this video you'll see a Seattle officer with gun drawn in the top of the screen. He's monitoring a suspect on the ground in the middle right of the screen. It's a tense situation. Then watch the woman in the white hat entering from the bottom right!
The Washington State Supreme Court ruled Thursday swearing and yelling at police is protected free speech. The ruling is from a case where a teen boy swore at police arresting his teen sister for misbehaving while drunk.
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