Docket Nos. 112341, 115064.

627 N.W.2d 297 (2001)

464 Mich. 184

PEOPLE of the State of Michigan, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Joey Duane OLIVER, Defendant-Appellant. People of the State of Michigan, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Anthony Duane Taylor, Defendant-Appellant.

Supreme Court of Michigan.

Decided June 12, 2001.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Jennifer M. Granholm, Attorney General, Thomas L. Casey, Solicitor General, John G. McBain, Prosecuting Attorney, and Jerrold Schrotenboer, Chief Appellate Attorney, Jackson, for the people.

State Appellate Defender (by Douglas W. Baker and C. Joseph Booker), Detroit, MI, for defendant Oliver.

Laurel Stuart-Fink, West Bloomfield, for defendant-appellant Taylor.



These consolidated cases arise from the same bank robbery and ensuing police stop of a car in the city of Jackson. In each case, the defendant argues that incriminating evidence resulting from the stop of the car should have been suppressed on the basis of the Fourth Amendment exclusionary rule. We conclude that the stop of the car was supported by reasonable suspicion and, thus, did not violate the Fourth Amendment. Accordingly, we agree...

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