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Criminal – Sentencing – Confrontation Clause – Crawford Analysis (access required)

Although Crawford v. Washington changed the way courts must analyze claims under the Confrontation Clause, neither Crawford nor its progeny have expanded the scope of the right of confrontation to sentencing hearings, and the Court of Appeals rejects defendant’s assertion that Crawford effectively overruled this court’s 1998 decision in Moses v. Commonwealth. Defendants pleaded guilty to ...

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