No right to counsel at police lineups prior to the time the suspect is formally charged with a crime.
A police lineup after the accused has been formally charged with a crime is considered "a critical stage of the proceeding" so the accused has a righ to counsel.
Police lineups that are fraught with dangers of suggesstion are invalid becuase they violate the accused right to counsel.
Replaces Frye, Federal cases not allow the expert testimony pertaining to scientific, technical, or other specialized knowledge that will assist the judge or jury in understanding the evidence or in determining the fact at issue.
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