Child Abuse and the Confrontation Clause

Posted: February 8, 2015 by Nazim in Confrontation Clause, Evidence

This week’s episode covers Ohio v. Clark, which asks whether or not a teacher may testify on behalf of a three year old child who was the only witness to a child abuse case under the Confrontation Clause.  This presents a good example of how the law can complicate an objective view of a bad situation, or how a sensitive topic can otherwise deny a citizen’s Constitutional rights.  Either way, Brett and Nazim get real awkward debating the issue somewhere around the 35 minute mark, so get ready for that. Libsyn link

Confrontation

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  2. […] addition to discussing the decisions in Ohio v Clark, Brumfield v. Cain, and Walker v. Sons of Confederate Veterans, Brett and Nazim discuss (1) which […]

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