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Supreme Court rules on eyewitness identifications

The Due Process Clause does not require a trial court to screen an out-of-court eyewitness identification for reliability unless it was procured by unnecessarily suggestive circumstances arranged by the police, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled.


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