Integration Paper

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Integration Paper
A lot of the time, the evidence produced by eye witnesses can determine if someone is convicted or set free. It is not always good to put so must trust in eye witnesses because we are all human and we make plenty of mistakes. Jurors are influenced by what eyewitnesses have to say and usually base their decision on the eyewitness’s testimony and evidence. They sometimes rely too much on them which cause problems in the legal system. This issue and problem has occurred on numerous occasions and had led to many wrongful convictions. In the Greene book, it states that errors can occur at the moment the crime is committed at any of the three phases of the memory process: encoding, storage, and retrieval. Also, questioning and new experiences can alter what is remembered from the past. It is good ideas to have psychologists testify as expert witnesses so they can point out the problems in eyewitness testimony and to be able to question their memory.
In the Ronald Cotton case, he was charged with rape and burglary and sentenced to life in prison plus 54 years. When the case was sent to appeals, his sentence was overturned because one of the victims picked out a different man in the lineup and none of the DNA matched Cotton. A man who was convicted of similar crimes admitted to the crimes that were associated with Cotton. This just shows eyewitness misidentification and how innocent people can remain in prison for several years for a crime committed for by someone else. These two articles integrate because eyewitnesses are not always correct and they claim they are positive about certain information when they are truly not. Eyewitnesses confuse people with other people and sometimes confuse faces. The judge, jurors, and legal system should make sure the eyewitnesses are almost close to perfect with their testimonies so less…...

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