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JSTOR: Eye-Witness Identification in Criminal Cases
EYE-WITNESS IDENTIFICATION IN CRIMINAL CASES. rather than just one, and that the series be pre- By Patrick M. Wall. Charles C Thomas, Spring- sented in such ...
STOVALL V. DENNO, 388 us 293 (1967) -- US Supreme Court Cases from ...
Wall, Eye-Witness Identification in Criminal Cases 38. Law enforcement authorities fairly relied on this virtually unanimous weight of authority, ...
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Wall, Eye-Witness Identification in Criminal Cases 53. For other such examples see Houts, From Evidence to Proof 25; Frankfurter, The Case of Sacco and ...
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findlaw: Cases and Codes
[ Footnote 2 ] See P. Wall, Eye-Witness Identification in Criminal Cases 74-77 (1965). [ Footnote 3 ] See id., at 82-83. [ Footnote 4 ] See id., at 68-70. ...
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E. g., P. Wall, Eye-Witness Identification in Criminal Cases 8-11 (1965); 3 Wigmore, Evidence Sec. 786(a) (Chadbourn rev. 1970) (compendium of sources) ...
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us Supreme Court, United States v. Ash, 413 us 300 (1973) - vlex
See also P. Wall, Eye-Witness Identification in Criminal Cases 71 (1965). [Footnote 10] See, eg, Comment, supra, n. 9, at 410-411; Note, Criminal Procedure ...
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