identification parade


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identification parade

a group of persons including one suspected of having committed a crime assembled for the purpose of discovering whether a witness can identify the suspect
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'Identification of many accused persons in one line and in one go during a test identification parade has also repeatedly been held by this court to be improper and it has been clarified by this court on a number of occasions that every accused person is to be put to a separate test identification parade.'
JIT had called Jalil, nephew Umair and FIR witnesses for identification parade to Sahiwal but Jalil refused to come.
The IO sought their custody for two weeks in order to produce them before a judicial magistrate for an identification parade, the arrest of absconding officials, and further investigation of the case.
e-news published photo of suspect regarding assault on former editor of Rivira Upali Tennakoon before identification parade, which magistrate ruled as contempt of court.
On interrogation, the suspect, also a GCC national, denied the accusation, but the victim recognised him in an identification parade.
Earlier in the day, three of the six accused in case refused to undergo test identification parade (TIP) and consequently they were sent to Tihar Jail on judicial custody till January 6.
But he ruled they had not acted in bad faith and their decision not to hold an identification parade was not irrational.
The man was pointed out in an identification parade conducted by police in the city's Aziziyah district.
He also had to pay pounds 100 to return to South Wales from a holiday simply to pick out Wall, of Ruby Street, Splott, in an identification parade.
Why didn't 'Enlightened' mention my query on Moore and the identification parade? First he was bullied by the police to go on a parade, then he wasn't - so which was it?
THE identification parade has long been a crucial police technique for catching crooks.
The 37-year-old was too quick to catch, but officers later picked him out on an identification parade, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
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