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Commonwealth v. Long

SJC-12868
Argue Date: Tuesday March 3, 2020
*Summary:   Search and Seizure-- In a firearms prosecution, the defendant is seeking to suppress evidence on the ground that race was a factor in the traffic stop after which evidence was seized.
Justices: Gants, C.J., Lenk, Gaziano, Lowy, Budd, Cypher, Kafker, JJ.
Appellant: Edward Long
Counsel for Appellant: John P. Warren, Esquire
Appellee: Commonwealth
Counsel for Appellee: Patrick Mulligan, A.D.A. Cailin M. Campbell, Esquire
Court Appealed From: Suffolk Superior Court
Lower Court Judge: Joseph F. Leighton, Jr., J.
Route to SJC: Direct Entry: Single Justice Allows Interloc Appeal
Amici Curiae: CPCS , ACLU of Massachusetts, Inc.

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