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New jury instructions for eyewitness identification testimony
New jury instructions for eyewitness identification testimony

The Florida Supreme Court adopted new jury instructions that are designed to help jurors evaluate eyewitness identification testimony. The instructions are read to a jury after they've heard all of the evidence and just before they go to the jury room for deliberations. This ...

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