NJ Instruction Makes Jurors Suspicious Of All Eyewitness Testimony

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The state of New Jersey has been trying to help jurors better assess the reliability of eyewitness testimony, but a study reported by NPR suggests that the effort may be having unintended consequences. That’s because a new set of instructions read to jurors by a judge seems to make them skeptical of all eyewitness testimony,
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