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State v. Jackson

Court of Appeals of Connecticut

February 1, 1990

STATE of Connecticut
v.
Larson JACKSON.

Argued Jan. 5, 1990.

Michael A. Fitzpatrick, Sp. Public Defender, for appellant (defendant).

Richard F. Jacobson, Asst. State's Atty., with whom were Donald A. Browne, State's Atty., and C. Robert Satti, Jr., Asst. State's Atty., for appellee (state).

Before SPALLONE, DALY and NORCOTT, JJ.

PER CURIAM.

The defendant appeals his conviction, after a jury trial, of violation of the state dependency producing drug law; General Statutes § 21a-278(b); and claims that the trial court committed reversible error denying his motion to suppress illegally seized evidence.

Our review of the record and briefs, in light of our holdings in State v. Oliver, 17 Conn.App. 108, 550 A.2d 316 (1988); State v. Rodriguez, 14 Conn.App. 574, 542 A.2d 342 (1988); and State v. Williamson, 10 Conn.App. 532, 524 A.2d 655, cert. denied, 204 Conn. 801, 525 A.2d 965 (1987); ...


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