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US v. Edward Kehoe , 17-4536

Affirmed: In a plea deal, plaintiff pled guilty to possession of a firearm, but reserved the right to appeal the order denying his motion to suppress the weapon. Plaintiff argued that his motion was denied in error because the police lacked reasonable suspicion for seizure. The appellate court held that based on the totality of the circumstances and a tip from citizen informants the search and seizure was lawful. The motion to suppress was properly denied.

Appellate Information

  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2018/06/20

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  • Motz

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  • United States Fourth Circuit

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