• Articles:

    Crawford and Beyond: Revisited in Dialogue
    Introduction by Robert M. Pitler

    Not "The Framers' Design": How the Framing-Era Ban Against Hearsay Evidence Refutes the Crawford-Davis "Testimonial" Formulation of the Scope of the Original Confrontation Clause
    Thomas Y. Davies

    The (Futile) Search for a Common Law Right of Confrontation: Beyond Brasier's Irrelevance to (Perhaps) Relevant American Cases
    Randolph N. Jonakait

    The Confrontation Clause and Originalism: Lessons From King v. Brasier
    Anthony J. Franze

    Crawford, Davis, and Way Beyond
    Richard D. Friedman

    What Happened - and What is Happening - To the Confrontation Clause?
    Jeffrey L. Fisher

  • Confrontation Rules After Davis v. Washington
    Roger W. Kirst

    Confrontation As Constitutional Criminal Procedure: Crawford's Birth Did Not Require That Roberts Had To Die
    Robert P. Mosteller

    A Relational Approach to Right of Confrontation and its Loss
    Deborah Tuerkheimer

    Domestic Violence Cases After Davis: The Glass Half Empty or Half Full?
    Myrna S. Raeder

    Expert Evidence and the Confrontation Clause After Crawford v. Washington
    Jennifer L. Mnookin

    Foreshadowing the Future of Forfeture/Estoppel by Wrongdoing: Davis v. Washington: Davis v. Washington and the Necessity of the Defendants Intent to Intimidate the Witness
    James F. Flanagan

     

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