Docket No. 7,078.

28 Mich. App. 405 (1970)

184 N.W.2d 535


Michigan Court of Appeals.

Decided December 3, 1970.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Frank J. Kelley, Attorney General, Robert A. Derengoski, Solicitor General, William L. Cahalan, Prosecuting Attorney, Dominick R. Carnovale, Chief, Appellate Department, and Patricia Pernick Boyle, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, for the people.

Fred K. Persons, for defendant on appeal.

Before: LESINSKI, C.J., and BRONSON, and ENGEL, JJ.


Defendant was charged with the offenses of armed robbery1 and assault with intent to commit murder2 growing out of the robbery and shooting of Joseph Bono on May 2, 1967. Defendant claims in this appeal that his rights were violated by the absence of counsel at pretrial lineups, that the in-court identifications were tainted by unduly suggestive confrontation procedures and that there was not sufficient...

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