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Carlos Redding was tried by jury and convicted of murder, as well as two crimes involving the unlawful possession of a firearm, all in connection with the 2010 fatal shooting of Nelson Mann. Redding appealed, arguing that the trial court erred when it failed to properly respond to a
question from the jury, when it limited his cross-examination of a prosecution witness, and when it denied his motion to suppress evidence of certain out-of-court identifications. Upon review of the record and briefs, the Supreme Court found no error, and affirmed.