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ROBERT ESTEP v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Victim’s pre-trial identification

A jury in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County convicted Robert Lewis Estep (“Appellant” or “Estep”), of first degree assault and related charges stemming from the shooting of Ronald Kearney.

Estep, who was sentenced to a total of forty-five years, raises the following issues for appellate review: 1. “Did the trial court err in admitting inadmissible hearsay?” 2. “Did the motions court err by denying Appellant’s motion to suppress the victim’s pre-trial identification?”

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