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Criminal – Appeals – Procedural Default – Proffer (access required)

A defendant’s conviction for cocaine distribution is affirmed by the Court of Appeals because he procedurally defaulted his claim that the trial court erred in refusing to permit him to cross-examine his codefendant about the codefendant’s discussions with his attorney. Defendant did not proffer or avouch for the record what the codefendant would have said had ...

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