Out of Court Eyewitness Identification
On January 11, 2012, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a decision that clarifies when Due Process requires a preliminary judicial inquiry into eyewitness identification when the identification is not procured by unnecessarily suggestive circumstances arranged by law enforcement.
You will learn:
- What constitutes unnecessarily suggestive circumstances arranged by law enforcement.
- Not all suggestive circumstances violate Due Process.
- Effectiveness of identification when not arranged by police but they are present.
- Examples of suggestive circumstances that violate Due Process.
- When suggestive circumstances are not created by law enforcement.
- Why reliability is the key to admissibility.
Includes a 17 minute audio CD with a PowerPoint presentation.
Featuring Henry M. Quinlan, Esq.
CD Price: $30.00
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