No law requiring POLICE LINEUP before suspect can be identified as culprit

Accused-appellant likewise underscores the fact that there was no police lineup and that he was picked up without the benefit of a warrant of arrest. For sure there is no law requiring a police lineup before a suspect can be identified as the culprit. The fact that Amparo and Julie pointed to appellant Herbias as the one driving the motorcycle and who passed on his gun to his back rider after the latter had exhausted his bullets is more than sufficient identification. [G.R. Nos. 112716-17. December 16, 1996]