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    • Hearsay and the Right of Confrontation in American Trials by Jury 

      Taylor, David H. (2011)
      This Article discusses the origin and history of the hearsay doctrine, including the goals it seeks to achieve and the many exceptions to the rule against hearsay. It then discusses that when exceptions to hearsay are ...
    • In Eyes, We Trust: The Changing Landscape of Eyewitness Testimony 

      Singh, Manveen (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2017-06)
      Since the very advent of law enforcement, eyewitness testimony has played a pivotal role in identifying, arresting, and convicting suspects. Reliant heavily on the accuracy of human memory, nothing seems to carry more ...