How to Challenge Eyewitness Identification

November 5, 2014

While previous criminal investigation procedures depended on statements made by eyewitnesses, the legal field is slowly moving away from the weight formerly placed on their testimony. In fact, new data shows they might not offer a reliable version of events. A New Jersey criminal defense lawyer might be able to disprove information provided by an eyewitness.


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