Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Reasonable articulable suspicion
Travis Davis, (“Appellant”), was found in possession of a handgun after being stopped by the police. He was subsequently charged, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, with various handgun offenses. Prior to trial, Appellant filed a motion to suppress the handgun on the grounds that the stop was illegal. That motion was denied. Preserving his right to appeal the suppression court’s ruling, Appellant entered a conditional plea of guilty to one count of possession of a regulated firearm after being convicted of a crime of violence.