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Ted Daus

Ted Daus is an assistant state attorney with the Broward County State Attorney's Office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He has been a prosecutor for the past 27 years, the last 22 of which he has been assigned to the Drug Trafficking Unit for the State Attorney's Office. Ted graduated from Nova Southeastern School of Law in 1991.

He has extensive experience as a lecturer on search and seizure for D.E.A., U.S. Customs, various Florida Police Departments, the Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association, the Police K-9 Training Institute, Police Canine Consultants and the Canine Development Group. He lectures regularly all across the country to National Canine Organizations such as U.S.P.C.A., N.P.C.A., N.A.P.W.D.A & CNCA.

He is an adjunct professor of law for Nova Southeastern University teaching Trial Advocacy and coaching national mock trial teams. He was the legal editor and writer for Police K-9 Magazine for the past 7 years until the magazine was sold in 2014. He lectures every year at the nation’s largest Police canine conference “HITS”. He is the current nationwide legal advisor for the National Police Canine Association headquartered in Arizona.

Most recently, Ted was counsel of record for both United States Supreme Court K-9 cases, Harris & Jardines, argued before the court on October 31, 2012. He is also a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. He has recently co-authored a police officer-handler book entitled “K9’s in the Courtroom”.

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K-9 Legal Update 10/22/18 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Details
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