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Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Terry stop

… Mr. Redd was charged in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County with five narcotics offenses, and he moved to suppress the evidence found in his vehicle. He argued that the detectives’ initial stop was not an investigative Terry stop as they claimed, but a full-blown arrest requiring probable cause, and that because the officers lacked probable cause to arrest him, any narcotics found in the vehicle were fruit of an unlawful arrest. The circuit court denied the motion and Mr. Redd entered a conditional guilty plea to one count of possession with intent to distribute heroin. He appeals the denial of his Motion to Suppress …

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