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Search & Seizure – Seizure – Robbery – Malicious Wounding (access required)

Police had a reasonable, articulable suspicion to regard defendant as the perpetrator of an attack where a neighbor of the victim reported to police observing a man of similar description in the Laundromat, where he saw the victim’s bound feet protruding, after the neighbor went to the Laundromat to check on the victim; the Court ...