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Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Seizure

This case presents the question of when, in the course of Jaymon Simpson’s encounter with police, he was seized. Everyone agrees that if he was seized at the time officers positioned their cruisers around his vehicle, the gun found as a result of this seizure should have been suppressed. The Circuit Court for Prince George’s County found that he wasn’t seized and denied his motion to suppress, after which he entered a conditional guilty plea to a charge of carrying a handgun.

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