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The Promises And Pitfalls Of State Eyewitness Identification Reforms, Nicholas A. Kahn-Fogel Jan 2016

The Promises And Pitfalls Of State Eyewitness Identification Reforms, Nicholas A. Kahn-Fogel

Kentucky Law Journal

This article provides a comprehensive analysis of state-based eyewitness identification reforms, including legislative directives, evidentiary rules, and judicial interpretations of state constitutions as providing greater protection against the use of unreliable eyewitness evidence than the United State Supreme Court offered in its 1977 decision in Manson v. Brathwaite. While previous scholarship has included thorough consideration of a single state's eyewitness law, state-by-state analysis of a sub-issue in eyewitness law, and brief general surveys of state approaches to eyewitness reform, this article adds to the current body of scholarship with an in-depth evaluation of eyewitness identification law in states that ...


The Use Of False Dna Evidence To Gain A Confession During Interrogation Is Classic Coercion: Why Such Coerced Confessions Should Not Be Admissible In A Criminal Trial, Andrea Reed Jan 2016

The Use Of False Dna Evidence To Gain A Confession During Interrogation Is Classic Coercion: Why Such Coerced Confessions Should Not Be Admissible In A Criminal Trial, Andrea Reed

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Compelled Investigatory And Testimonial Speech: An Overdue Clarification Of The Public Employee Speech Doctrine That Rehabilitates "All Of The Values At Stake", Molly K. Smith Jan 2013

Compelled Investigatory And Testimonial Speech: An Overdue Clarification Of The Public Employee Speech Doctrine That Rehabilitates "All Of The Values At Stake", Molly K. Smith

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Spare The Rod, Spoil The Litigator? The Varying Degrees Of Culpability Required For An Adverse Inference Sanction Regarding Spoliation Of Electronic Discovery, Lauren R. Nichols Jan 2011

Spare The Rod, Spoil The Litigator? The Varying Degrees Of Culpability Required For An Adverse Inference Sanction Regarding Spoliation Of Electronic Discovery, Lauren R. Nichols

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Clifford V. Commonwealth: Admission Of Racial Voice Identification Testimony, Regressive Or Progressive?, D. Christopher Robinson Jan 2006

Clifford V. Commonwealth: Admission Of Racial Voice Identification Testimony, Regressive Or Progressive?, D. Christopher Robinson

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Testimonial Or Nontestimonial? The Admissibility Of Forensic Evidence After Crawford V. Washington, John M. Spires Jan 2005

Testimonial Or Nontestimonial? The Admissibility Of Forensic Evidence After Crawford V. Washington, John M. Spires

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Dangerous Patients: An Exception To The Federal Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege, Huston Combs Jan 2002

Dangerous Patients: An Exception To The Federal Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege, Huston Combs

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Modifying The Kentucky Rules Of Evidence--A Separation Of Powers Issue, Robert G. Lawson Jan 2000

Modifying The Kentucky Rules Of Evidence--A Separation Of Powers Issue, Robert G. Lawson

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Interpretation Of The Kentucky Rules Of Evidence--What Happened To The Common Law?, Robert G. Lawson Jan 1999

Interpretation Of The Kentucky Rules Of Evidence--What Happened To The Common Law?, Robert G. Lawson

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Robert G. Lawson Jan 1998

Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Robert G. Lawson

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Currency Contamination And Drug-Sniffing Canines: Should Any Evidentiary Value Be Attached To A Dog's Alert On Cash?, Andy G. Rickman Jan 1996

Currency Contamination And Drug-Sniffing Canines: Should Any Evidentiary Value Be Attached To A Dog's Alert On Cash?, Andy G. Rickman

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Dangers Of "General Observations" On Expert Scientific Testimony: A Comment On Daubert V. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Robert F. Blomquist Jan 1994

The Dangers Of "General Observations" On Expert Scientific Testimony: A Comment On Daubert V. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Robert F. Blomquist

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Admissibility Of Expert Testimony On Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome In Kentucky, Michele Meyer Mccarthy Jan 1993

Admissibility Of Expert Testimony On Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome In Kentucky, Michele Meyer Mccarthy

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


United States V. Piccinonna: The Eleventh Circuit Adds Another Approach To Polygraph Evidence In The Federal System, W. Thomas Halbleib Jan 1991

United States V. Piccinonna: The Eleventh Circuit Adds Another Approach To Polygraph Evidence In The Federal System, W. Thomas Halbleib

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Rethinking The Right To Due Process In Connection With Pretrial Identification Procedures: An Analysis And A Proposal, Benjamin E. Rosenberg Jan 1990

Rethinking The Right To Due Process In Connection With Pretrial Identification Procedures: An Analysis And A Proposal, Benjamin E. Rosenberg

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Dna Fingerprinting: Evidence Of The Fuiture, Jane E. Hanner Jan 1990

Dna Fingerprinting: Evidence Of The Fuiture, Jane E. Hanner

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Should A Motion In Limine Or Similar Preliminary Motion Made In The Federal Court System Preserve Error On Appeal Without A Contemporaneous Objection?, Catherine Murr Young Jan 1990

Should A Motion In Limine Or Similar Preliminary Motion Made In The Federal Court System Preserve Error On Appeal Without A Contemporaneous Objection?, Catherine Murr Young

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Fit To Be Fryed: Frye V. United States And The Admissibility Of Novel Scientific Evidence, John D. Borders Jr. Jan 1989

Fit To Be Fryed: Frye V. United States And The Admissibility Of Novel Scientific Evidence, John D. Borders Jr.

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Ambiguity: The Hidden Hearsay Danger Almost Nobody Talks About, Paul Bergman Jan 1987

Ambiguity: The Hidden Hearsay Danger Almost Nobody Talks About, Paul Bergman

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Unavailability And Admissibility: Are A Child's Out-Of-Court Statements About Sexual Abuse Admissible If The Child Does Not Testify At Trial?, Joellen S. Mccomb Jan 1987

Unavailability And Admissibility: Are A Child's Out-Of-Court Statements About Sexual Abuse Admissible If The Child Does Not Testify At Trial?, Joellen S. Mccomb

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Right To Independent Testing: Boon For Defendant--Burden For Prosecution?, Judith K. Jones Jan 1985

The Right To Independent Testing: Boon For Defendant--Burden For Prosecution?, Judith K. Jones

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Newton B. Fowler Iii Jan 1984

Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Newton B. Fowler Iii

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Jackson V. Virginia: Reopening The Pandora's Box Of The Legal Sufficiency Of Drug Identification Evidence, Edward J. Imwinkelried Jan 1984

Jackson V. Virginia: Reopening The Pandora's Box Of The Legal Sufficiency Of Drug Identification Evidence, Edward J. Imwinkelried

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Discovery In Kentucky: An Overview, Richard H. Underwood Jan 1984

Discovery In Kentucky: An Overview, Richard H. Underwood

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Richard H. Underwood, Carolyn M. Geisler Jan 1982

Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Richard H. Underwood, Carolyn M. Geisler

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Admissibility Of Hypnotically Induced Recollection, R. Eberley Davis Jan 1981

The Admissibility Of Hypnotically Induced Recollection, R. Eberley Davis

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Abolition Of The Party-Witness Disqualification: An Historical Survey, Joel N. Bodansky Jan 1981

The Abolition Of The Party-Witness Disqualification: An Historical Survey, Joel N. Bodansky

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Winifred Bryant Jan 1980

Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Winifred Bryant

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Admissibility Of Evaluative Reports Under Federal Rule Of Evidence 803(8), Kimberly K. Greene Jan 1979

The Admissibility Of Evaluative Reports Under Federal Rule Of Evidence 803(8), Kimberly K. Greene

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Robert G. Lawson Jan 1978

Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Robert G. Lawson

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.