Be it context, or something else such as human lie detector testimony, prosecutors often seek to go too far with law enforcement testimony.
Second Circuit highlights two important issues concerning law enforcement testimony: first, an officer may not provide lay testimony that is based upon “specialized training and experience”; and second, expert opinion testimony is not permitted on the defendant’s intent, in United States v. Haynes, _ F.3d _ (2d Cir. Sept. 5, 2013) (No. 12–626–cr)
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