Neither the lineup itself, nor requiring the accused to utter
voice identification purposes during the lineup, violate the Fifth
privilege against self-incrimination. See United States
supra. An individual may be required to alter his or her
wear particular clothing in a lineup. United States v.
Brown, 920 F.2d
1212, 1215 (5th Cir. 1991). The government may introduce evidence
suspect refused to speak certain words during a lineup after being
do so, see Higgins v. Wainwright, 424 F.2d 177 (5th
denied, 400 U.S. 905 (1970), and may introduce evidence that
intentionally changed his or her appearance prior to a lineup,
United States v. Perkins, 937 F.2d 1397, 1402-03 (9th Cir.
and United States v. Jackson, 476 F.2d 249 (7th Cir.