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JAMES A. HARRISON v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Search incident to arrest

James Harrison pled not guilty in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, after the denial of his motion to suppress, based on an agreed statement of facts to charges of possession with intent to distribute cocaine and possession of cocaine. The court convicted Mr. Harrison of possession of cocaine, acquitted him of possession with intent to distribute, and imposed a sentence of one year, suspending all but time served, followed by one year of probation. On appeal, Mr. Harrison raises one question for our review: “Did the circuit court err by denying his motion to suppress?”

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