Eyewitness Identifications: The New Jersey Supreme Court Leads the Way Again
Eyewitness Identifications: The New Jersey Supreme Court Leads the Way Again Imagine the following scenario: You are charged with a crime. You are convicted. You are sentenced to State Prison. There is only one problem—you did not commit the crime. You were falsely identified by another person as the perpetrator. Tragically, that awful scenario has become a reality for far too many people in this country. Fortunately, however, the New Jersey Supreme Court has greatly reduced the risk of that scenario becoming a reality for the rest of us with its recent landmark decision in State v. Henderson, A-8 Sept. Term 2008, 2011 WL 3715028 (N.J. Aug. 24, 2011). In Henderson, the Supreme Court...

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