Facial Recognition

With an increasing number of police departments across the country turning to unregulated, untested, and flawed facial recognition technology to identify suspects, it is vital defenders understand the technology, its limitations, and how to challenge its use in their cases.

Sample Motions & Briefs

New York v. [Redacted] (2018)

Notice of motion to supress identification testimony or alternatively for wade and reliability hearings, demand for discovery, & omnibus motion


Resources

                                       


Video Trainings

Recognizing and Challenging Facial Recognition Technology in Criminal Cases
Clare Garvie, Associate, Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown University Law Center; Kaitlin Jackson, Attorney, Bronx Defenders; Joshua Kroll, Postdoctoral Research Scholar, UC Berkeley School of Information

Flash Talk: Biometrics Beyond Facial Recognition
Jennifer Lynch, Surveillance Litigation Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation

Recognizing and Challenging Facial Recognition Technology in Criminal Cases
Clare Garvie, Associate, Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown University Law Center; Kaitlin Jackson, Attorney, Bronx Defenders; Joshua Kroll, Postdoctoral Research Scholar, UC Berkeley School of Information

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Florida Face Analysis Comparison & Examination System (FACES)

 


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