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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_lineup

A police lineup (in American English) or identity parade (in British English) is a process by which a crime victim or witness's putative identification of a suspect is  ...

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One way to perform a police lineup is to have the eyewitness identify a suspect during a live lineup. This process usually involves having the suspect and four or  ...

www.nij.gov/journals/258/Pages/police-lineups.aspx

Two witnesses identified Miller, in a police lineup, as the perpetrator. The victim provided a more tentative identification at trial. Miller was convicted, served 24 ...

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Lineups are considered to be critical stage and the prosecution may not admit into ... Police may present a witness with photos or a lineup with only one suspect  ...

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A police lineup is a process used by detectives and police officers to try and identify suspects in a criminal action. The police generally invite the victim.

legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/lineup

Lineup. A criminal investigation technique in which the police arrange a number of individuals in a row before a witness to a crime and ask the witness to identify ...

tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/PoliceLineup

Lining up suspects for witnesses to point out who did it. A Truth in Television trope, but fiction often plays with it. Police lineups in the real world are …

www.legalzoom.com/articles/police-lineups-are-they-reliable

It is considered a vital element in any police investigation and comes in three different versions, the "simultaneous" lineup, the "sequential" lineup and the ...

www.annmarieackermann.com/royal-origin-police-lineup

Apr 5, 2017 ... The origin of the police lineup was a 1821 investigation following Queen Caroline's funeral procession. But France might have had the idea ...