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Crawford v. Washington: Confrontation One Year Later

Monday, May 9, 2005
Crawford v. Washington: Confrontation One Year Later, 2005, by Jessica Smith


Crawford v. Washington is the 2004 U.S. Supreme Court case that redefined confrontation clause analysis. A practical, analytical tool for decision makers and lawyers dealing with Crawford issues, this publication begins with a summary of the Crawford case and continues with a comprehensive catalog of state and federal post-Crawford cases. The catalog is clearly organized to facilitate quickly locating cases on point and gives particular emphasis to North Carolina cases. It includes a decision tree to aid analysis.

A supplement dated April 2007 is also available: Emerging Issues in Confrontation Litigation: A Supplement to Crawford v. Washington: Confrontation One Year Later.

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Monday, May 9, 2005
Jessica Smith
April 2005
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Topics - Courts and Judicial Administration
Topics - Local and State Government