Tag Archives: confrontation clause

Beyond Legislative Solutions to Melendez-Diaz

N.C. Court of Appeals OKs Remote Two-Way Testimony for Ill Witnesses

Fourth Circuit Declines to Take a Restrictive View of Forfeiture by Wrongdoing

California Tackles Substitute Analysts Post-Williams

Crawford’s Implications on the Bruton Rule

The Bruton Rule: A Primer

Notice and Demand — One More Time

N.C. Court of Appeals Weighs in on “Testimonial” Evidence after Bryant

Unavailability under Crawford

Is the Translation or Interpretation of Another’s Statements Hearsay?