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ID Testimony Was Plain Error, But Conviction Upheld (access required)

Although it was plain error for the trial court to allow the prosecutor’s suggestive line of questioning by asking a bank teller to identify similarities between the defendant and the person who robbed the bank 17 months earlier, the 4th Circuit affirms defendant’s bank robbery conviction because there was sufficient independent evidence to support his ...

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