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Section Newsletter Articles on Confrontation Clause

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.
“The condemnation of Sir Walter Raleigh” or “confronting confrontation” By Thomas A. Bruno Human Rights, June 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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