A burglary defendant who claims his rights were violated because he was held by civilians and identified by the victim even before the police arrived has lost his last shot on appeal.

A divided 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Thomas Garvey failed to preserve the issue for appeal and it upheld his conviction, saying the trial court lacked notice that he was objecting to the civilian-run identification procedure at all.

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