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The Incredible Shrinking Confrontation Clause, Jeffrey Bellin Sep 2019

The Incredible Shrinking Confrontation Clause, Jeffrey Bellin

Jeffrey Bellin

Sharp turns in the Supreme Court’s recent Confrontation Clause jurisprudence have left scholars reeling from conflicting emotions: exhilaration, despair, denial, and soon, perhaps, cynical acceptance. While most commentators celebrated the demise of the incoherent Ohio v. Roberts framework, their excitement largely faded as the Court’s decisions in Davis v. Washington and Bryant v. Michigan revealed nascent flaws in the evolving doctrine and sharply curtailed the newly revitalized confrontation right.

Recent scholarship strives to reanimate the jurisprudence by expanding the doctrinal definition of “testimonial” statements – the sole form of evidence that the Court now recognizes as implicating the Confrontation ...


Supreme Prescriptions America, Take Your Medicine - A Review Of The 2011-2012 U.S. Supreme Court Term, Miller W. Shealy Jr. Oct 2012

Supreme Prescriptions America, Take Your Medicine - A Review Of The 2011-2012 U.S. Supreme Court Term, Miller W. Shealy Jr.

Miller W. Shealy Jr.

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Best Of The Supremes - A Review Of The U.S. Supreme Court Term 2009-2010, Miller W. Shealy Jr. Aug 2010

Best Of The Supremes - A Review Of The U.S. Supreme Court Term 2009-2010, Miller W. Shealy Jr.

Miller W. Shealy Jr.

No abstract provided.