Testimony by a qualified expert on the fallibility of eyewitness identification is admissible under the 1997 Supreme Court case of State v. Porter, when that testimony would aid the jury in evaluating the state's identification evidence. William Robinson was shot in a bar.
State v. Guilbert
Connecticut Supreme Court
September 3, 2012
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