Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Due Process – Identification Procedure – Photographic Line-Up – Smaller PhotoState v. Wilson Even though the photograph of defendant was smaller than the photos of the other five men in the photographic line-up, defendant cites no case in support of the proposition that admission of an identification based on a smaller photograph is an error requiring mistrial, and our research reveals no such case. The size discrepancy was not impermissibly suggestive.
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Published: February 15, 2013
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