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Vol. 62, No. 9 October 2005

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Confronting the Confrontation Clause
The right to confront one’s accuser has a venerable history in constitutional law but retains its potential to stir controversy. Recent rulings of both federal and state courts in Minnesota trace the continuing evolution of courts’ understanding of the provision.
By Marshall H. Tanick


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