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KEITH COOK, JR. v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Eyewitness identification

A jury sitting in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County convicted Keith Cook, Jr., appellant, of attempted robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, and second-degree assault. The court sentenced him to serve two concurrent 15-year terms for attempted robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery, suspending all but 2 years and 14 days of time served, followed by 2 years of supervised probation. The assault conviction merged for sentencing purposes. In this appeal, appellant presents one question: I. Did the trial court err by denying Mr. Cook’s motion to suppress eyewitness identification evidence?

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