Crawford v. Washington—Confrontation clause
By Thomas A. Bruno
Bench and Bar
, August 2007
The Illinois Supreme Court has decided a case on the Confrontation Clause that takes us back to the days of Sir Walter Raleigh.
Using the Confrontation Clause to win DUI cases
Traffic Laws and Courts
, January 2005
The old days of proving up a breath alcohol test by way of introducing the logbook only, as a 'public record' exception to the hearsay rule, are likely over due to the recent U.S. Supreme Court case of Crawford v. Washington.
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