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Appellant sufficiently identified in robbery and carjacking case (access required)

Where appellant was convicted as one of the perpetrators of a robbery and carjacking, and for using a firearm while committing the robbery, the victim’s identification of appellant was sufficient to sustain the convictions. Credibility “[A]ppellant challenges the sufficiency of ...

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Reasonable suspicion supported by police observations (access required)

A defendant’s attempt at suppression failed because the experience of law enforcement officers and their personal observations, including seeing a woman in an area known for prostitution run across multiple lines of traffic to the defendant’s truck, provided reasonable suspicion ...

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