The United States Supreme Court has held that the due process clause of the fourteenth amendment does not require a sheriff's department to establish identification procedures to ascertain the validity of a prisoner's protests of mistaken identity so long as the prisoner's arrest was made pursuant to a validly issued warrant.
Baker v. McCollan, 99 S. Ct. 2689 (1979).
Richard T. McGonigle,
Constitutional Law - Fourteenth Amendment - Due Process Clause - Civil Rights Actions - Identification Procedures,
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