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People v. Holley, 196

Conviction for attempted robbery and two counts of assault is affirmed where the People met their burden to rebut a presumption of an unduly suggestive array after failing to preserve the computer-generated array of photographs that led to defendant's identification. The court expressly extended the presumption of suggestiveness to the People's failure to preserve a record of computer-generated photo arrays.

Appellate Information

  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2015/12/17

Judges

  • FAHEY

Court

  • Court of Appeals of New York

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