The drawbacks and dangers of relying on eyewitness testimony has long been a topic in the forensic and scientific literature. But those warnings haven't fully seeped down to the level of the police precinct - where mug shot viewings and suspect line-ups take place. NPR's Tovia Smith reports on what is changing - and what is not - since the days of Gary Graham's arrest.



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