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PEOPLE STATE NEW YORK v. EDWARD POLHILL (10/09/68)

COURT OF APPEALS OF NEW YORK


decided: October 9, 1968.

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, RESPONDENT,
v.
EDWARD POLHILL, APPELLANT

Motion to amend remittitur granted. Return of remittitur requested and, when returned, it will be amended by adding thereto the following: Upon the appeal herein there were presented and necessarily passed upon questions under the Constitution of the United States, viz.: Defendant argued that he had been deprived of his fundamental constitutional rights to a fair trial and to due process of law because of the interference by the Trial Judge and the District Attorney in the cross-examination of the accomplice-witness, because of the secretive identification procedures employed by the police and because of the introduction into evidence of a subsequent unrelated incident. The Court of Appeals considered these contentions and held that there was no violation of defendant's constitutional rights. [See 22 N.Y.2d 862.]

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