New Hampshire v. PerriAnnotate this Case
Defendant Timothy Perri appealed his convictions for kidnapping, aggravated felonious sexual assault, attempted aggravated felonious sexual assault, and criminal threatening. He argued on appeal that the Superior Court erred in: (1) denying his motion to suppress eyewitness identification evidence; (2) limiting his ability to cross-examine the victim; and (3) allowing the admission of evidence of a pocket knife discovered on his person when apprehended by the police. Upon review, the Supreme Court found no error in the superior court record nor abuse of the court's discretion. Accordingly, the Supreme Court affirmed defendant's convictions.