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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Today's criminal law/procedure cert grant

Issue summary is from ScotusBlog:

  • Perry v. New Hampshire: Do the Due Process protections against unreliable identification evidence apply to all identifications made under suggestive circumstances, as some courts have held, or only when teh suggestive circumstances were orchestrated by the police?
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