Not all identifications
are created equal: Exploring employee accounts for workgroup, organizational, and professional identification
CRAYTONAND COLLINS: FIRST-TIME IN-COURT (POSITIVE) EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATIONS
Pursuing an altogether different approach, John David Rhodes, Belinda Smaill, and Homay King explore the various sorts of phenomena that can now come under the heading of secondary cinematic identifications
. Each attends to the ways in which the cinema enables us to experience identities anew--our own and others'.
Despite the accumulating evidence on the factors that influence eyewitness identifications
that are based on visual observation, relatively little is known about identifications
based on auditory cues--often referred to as earwitness testimony.
Rather than using metaphor to explore identifications
in rhetorical listening, Ratcliffe proposes that we use metonym instead.
Nevertheless, referring to case studies that have consistently shown mistaken identifications
as a significant source of wrongful convictions of innocent people, the court concluded that the risks of an inaccurate identification
were sufficiently high when the administrator of an identification
procedure fails to provide a warning that the perpetrator may not be present as to generally necessitate a cautionary instruction to a jury when an eyewitness identification
produced under these circumstances is introduced into evidence.
Markedly less research has investigated whether different organizational identifications
could be explained in terms of different antecedents.
The judge writes that our jurisprudence had already been moving in this direction, and now, credible scientific research, by providing us additional factors or 'estimator variables' has provided additional factors to certify the credibility and reliability of eyewitness testimony and identifications
Where a jury convicted a defendant of murder in the second degree, he was not denied of his right to the effective assistance of counsel because of his attorney's failure to object to the in-court identification
of the defendant by an eyewitness who previously had been unable to make a positive identification
of the defendant when the police showed her a photographic array.
Although recovery efforts have been hampered, the joint POW/MIA Command's Central Identification
Laboratory (JPAC/CIL) in Hawaii is working to identify the remains of hundreds of Americans from that war.
1031(a)(3) allows deferred exchanges of like-kind property, provided certain identification
rules are met.
The IRS also looked at the section 1031 replacement property identification
requirements in this TAM, and applied them rigorously to the taxpayer's disadvantage.