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Is it fair for a witness to ID the accused in a courtroom?

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t happens a lot in the movies, and a fair number of times for centuries in real-life courtrooms: a witness on the stand is asked if he or she can identify the person accused of committing a crime. You know what happens next: the witness points to the defendant. But is that fair? It's coming under question, and The Marshall Project takes a closer look.

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