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Ruling gives muscle to Confrontation Clause

But defense attorneys say ‘bipolar’ Court provides mixed results for defendants

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that the Confrontation Clause bars admission of laboratory reports such as blood-alcohol content tests through the in-court testimony of an analyst who did not personally perform the test was viewed as a major victory by some defense attorneys.


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