Dupreme Court To Take Up Eyewitness Misidentification Issue

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Of the first 250 DNA exonerations, 190 involved eyewitnesses who were wrong, says University of Virginia law Prof. Brandon Garrett. In November, the Supreme Court will return to the question of what the Constitution has to say about the use of eyewitness evidence, says Adam Liptak in the New York Times. The last time the
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