Can you help me with this law question?
The Supreme Court in Gilbert v. California (1967) opined that the trial judge must consider several factors before allowing a witness to testify as to a defendant's identification where the defendant's pretrial identification was obtained through impermissibly suggestive procedures. What are these factors? Make sure you fully explain why each is important.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
I'm not the one who needs to know the answer to this, you are.
- rickinnocalLv 71 decade ago
Here... http://supreme.vlex.com/vid/gilbert-v-california-1... is the text of the opinion, you can read what Justice Brennan said about the illegal line-up.