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Criminal Law: Right To Confrontation-Police Interrogation-Admission Of Transcripts

Where a defendant who challenged the revocation of his supervised release argued that he was deprived of the right to confrontation by the admission of videos and transcripts of police interrogations in his revocation hearing, the witnesses did not appear at the hearing to provide live testimony, and the government did not show that confrontation ...
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