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Jurors place great importance on eyewitness testimony; however, eyewitness testimony is inherently unreliable. There are two common identification procedures: the photo array and the line-up. A photo array is when the witness is asked to identify the suspect from a set of multiple photographs. The line-up refers to when the witness tries to make identification, usually from the other side of a one-way mirror. Both processes must comply with the Due Process Clause. In some cases, you can challenge the grounds to a photo array identification and line-up.