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Wrotten But Not Dead: High Court of New York Signals Legislature to Review Televised Testimony at Criminal Trial

By Michael S. Quinn "Courtrooms ... cannot sit idly by, in a cocoon of yesteryear, while society and technology race towards the next millennium." The next millennium is now. In 2004, Live Video Teleconferencing (VTC) testimony of an adult witness was used at criminal trial in the Bronx...

Castellano on Michigan v. Bryant: Expanded Admissibility of Hearsay Statements

By John M. Castellano In Michigan v. Bryant , the Supreme Court significantly expanded the admissibility at trial of hearsay statements made in response to initial police inquiries at or near the scene of a crime. In this Emerging Issues Analysis, John M. Castellano, a 27-year-veteran of criminal...