Assignment10 - testimonial evidence. 7. A one-on-one...

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CRJ 120 Assignment 10 Complete each statement. Each blank represents one word. 1. An identification procedure involving an number of individuals of similar appearance being displayed to a victim or witness is called a/an lineup . 2. The right to an attorney at a lineup derives from the Sixth Amendment. 3. The National Institute of Justice recommends that a lineup contain a minimum of five persons. 4. One of the charges leveled against the practice of eyewitness identification is that it lacks prescribed guidelines . 5. The Fifth Amendment requires that the federal government provide due process. 6. The privilege against self-incrimination applies only to
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Unformatted text preview: testimonial evidence. 7. A one-on-one identification confrontation between the victim or witness and suspect is called a/an showup . 8. The Kirby rule states that a person who has not been indicted or formally charged has no right to an attorney at a lineup or other face-to-face confrontation with a witness. 9. In determining whether or not an identification procedure violates due process, the courts will utilize the Wade-Gilbert rule test. 10. In federal courts and many states, the Frye doctrine has been replaced by the Daubert doctrine....
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course CRJ 120 taught by Professor Archer during the Spring '11 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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