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On Monday at 9:30 a.m. we expect orders from the April 18 Conference. On both Tuesday and Wednesday we expect one or more decisions in argued cases; we will be live blogging both days beginning at 9:45 a.m.
Issue: (1) Whether the Confrontation Clause prohibits a chief medical investigator from testifying about objective facts in an autopsy report earlier by another medical examiner when the report was not admitted into evidence, was not certified or sworn, and was not prepared for the primary purposes of accusing the targeted individual of a crime or of providing evidence at a criminal trial; (2) whether the definition of the constitutional term "witnesses" in Crawford v. Washington should be overruled or modified; and (3) whether any constitutional error in the admission of an out-of-court statement is harmless beyond a reasonable doubt when it is more beneficial to the defense than the state, a testifying expert was available for cross examination about the statement, and the evidence of guilt was overwhelming.
In this five-part interview, Orin Kerr of the George Washington University Law School discusses his background in mechanical engineering and the law; clerking for Justice Anthony M. Kennedy and Judge Leonard I. Garth of the Third Circuit; working in the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the Department of Justice; and teaching law. Kerr talks about how […]
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