Eyewitness identification procedure reforms
Experts nationwide have identified simple reforms that law enforcement agencies can adopt to reduce the risk of mistaken identifications. They include:
For further reading on eyewitness identification procedure reforms see Professor Gary Wells' Web site or The Problem of False Confessions in the Post-DNA World by Steven A. Drizin and Richard A. Leo.
IPNO advocates the adoption of all of these procedures in law enforcement agencies and advocates for a corroboration rule that would require the presentation of corroborating evidence in addition to eyewitness testimony in order for a jury to be able to convict in violent felony cases.
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