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Criminal Law – Surveillance Video Identification – Improper Lay Opinion (access required)

Defendant was arrested after detectives determined he appeared to be the individual on a surveillance video who accompanied another individual who fraudulently accessed a bank account to cash a check. At trial, the investigating detective’s testimony identified defendant on the surveillance video. However, because defendant cabined his objection to the detective’s testimony solely to the ...

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