State v. Jackson, 216 N.C. App. 238 (Oct. 4, 2011)

(1) In a child sexual assault case, the defendant’s confrontation rights were not violated when the trial court permitted the child victim to testify by way of a one-way closed circuit television system. The court held that Maryland v. Craig survived Crawford and that the procedure satisfied Craig’s procedural requirements. (2) The court also held that the child’s remote testimony complied with the statutory requirements of G.S. 15A-1225.1.