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Police-Altered Photo Not ‘Suggestive’ (access required)

Although police enlarged a suspect’s photo to make it the same size as others in a photo array, thereby slightly elongating the suspect’s face, the photo array was not unduly suggestive and the sexual assault victim’s identification of the suspect as her assailant did not have to be suppressed, says the Court of Appeals. On appeal, ...

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