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Bar Practice Question for February 21st

The defendant is on trial for bank robbery. The prosecutor calls a teller as a witness. The teller testified that a man entered the bank on the day in question, pointed a gun at her and demanded money. She was asked if she recognized the person who robbed her among the people sitting in the courtroom. She pointed to the defendant. The defense attorney did not cross-examine the teller. During the defendant's case-in-chief, his attorney called the teller's optometrist to the stand. The optometrist testified that the teller was nearsighted and even with glasses, her vision was 20/60 in both eyes. The prosecutor objected to this testimony.

Is the testimony admissible?

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