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Eyewitness Identification: Constitutional Aspects - Bibliography

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GRANO, JOSEPH D. "Kirby, Biggers, and Ash: Do Any Constitutional Safeguards Remain against the Danger of Convicting the Innocent?" Michigan Law Review 72, no. 4 (1974): 717–794.

GROSS, SAMUEL. "Loss of Innocence: Eyewitness Identification and Proof of Guilt." Journal of Legal Studies 16 (1987): 395–453.

LEVINE, FELICE J., and TAPP, JEAN L. "The Psychology of Criminal Identification: The Gap from Wade to Kirby." University of Pennsylvania Law Review 121, no. 3 (1973): 1079–1131.

POLSKY, LEON B.; UVILLER, H. RICHARD; ZICCARDI, VINCENT J.; and DAVIS, ALAN J. "The Role of the Defense Lawyer at a Lineup in Light of the Wade, Gilbert, and Stovall Decisions." Criminal Law Bulletin 4, no. 5 (1968): 273–296.

READ, FRANK T. "Lawyers at Lineups: Constitutional Necessity or Avoidable Extravagance?" UCLA Law Review 17, no. 2 (1969): 339–407.

ROSENBERG, BENJAMIN. "Rethinking the Right to Due Process in Connection with Pretrial Identification Procedures: An Analysis and a Proposal." Kentucky Law Journal 79 (1991): 259–316.

WHITEBREAD, CHARLES, and SLOBOGIN, CHRISTOPHER. Criminal Procedure: An Analysis of Cases and Concepts, 4th ed. New York: Foundation Press, 2000. See chaps. 17–18.

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