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Criminal Practice – Search & Seizure – Presumed Seizure – Motion to Suppress – Objectively Suspicious Circumstances (access required)

Given the objectively suspicious circumstances of a police lieutenant’s encounter with defendant and another man, who turned out to be defendant’s robbery victim, the lieutenant had reasonable suspicion to extend his seizure of defendant. We reverse the Court of Appeals’ ruling to the contrary and reinstate defendant’s conviction of common law robbery. The state points to the ...

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