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Court’s Confrontation Clause ruling gives scant guidance

WASHINGTON – The latest in a series of divided Confrontation Clause rulings from the U.S. Supreme Court has left attorneys and legal experts scratching their heads, unclear as to exactly when DNA reports and similar evidence can be admitted without requiring the preparer to be present at trial for cross-examination.


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