Defendant was convicted of violating the liquor laws. He complained of the trial court's refusal to instruct the jury that greater care should be used in weighing the evidence of police officers than that of other witnesses. Held, such an instruction was properly refused because the witnesses were regular members of the city police force. McCartney v. State, 129 Neb. 716, 262 N. W. 679 (1935).
Theodore R. Vogt,
WITNESSES - INSTRUCTION AS TO CREDIBILITY OF POLICE OFFICERS AND PAID DETECTIVES,
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