Check out this post from Indignant Indigent for a very humorous take on the Third Department's decision in People v. Colon. In this case, the Court considered whether a photo array was unduly suggestive, where the police placed the defendant's photo alongside five other photos of men whose facial hair appeared to be "drawn in." Surprisingly, the Court concluded that the photo array was not unduly suggestive.
My favorite part of Eric's post is this line:
No word yet on whether budding police Rembrandts can legally pencil in black eyes, devil horns or cheek scars.
Eric also constructed a very funny sample photo array. Go on over and take a look.