Could all the prosecutors arguments for the reliability of the victim’s memory be used as evidence of willful deception by the victim in the event that other evidence shows up proving the defendant innocent? (like if they find footage of the defendant on a security camera somewhere else at the time of the crime)
Proving willful deception in a memory issue is…pretty close to impossible.
Sounds like “Head’s I win, tails you lose” :/
How much time did pass between the crime and the I.D. exactly?
A few hours I believe
In which the victim was unconscious and treated for stab wounds.
“Empire” wristwatch. Awesome!
Why didn’t DC emphasize that the victim picked the suspect by their clothes? It’s patently absurd for the photos not to be wearing the same clothes (or have clothes masked off) when clothes are the only thing the victim can remember before seeing mugshots.
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