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The evidentiary effect of a prior identification is: Majority: Prior identification is used solely to corroborate a witness' in-court identification. It is not substantive proof. Minority and Modern trend: Prior identification is usable as substantive proof. Note: Generally, the witness must testify at the trial before any prior identification can be used unless there is an exception to the hearsay rule.

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