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Criminal – Proffer of Testimony – Harmless Error v. Structural Error (access required)

A contention that the denial of a request to call a witness amounted to structural error does not excuse the failure to proffer the testimony of the witness, the Court of Appeals holds in affirming convictions for obtaining money by false pretenses and uttering a false bank note. Though sometimes thought of as a mere waiver ...

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