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The First Department made history last week by reversing a conviction because the lineup was suggestive (“Appellate Panel Orders Robbery Retrial Over ‘Suggestive Lineup’”NYLJ 8/31/2011 ). The last time a court thought a lineup was suggestive was back in the … Continue reading