This edition, the first since the Supreme Court's decision in
Crawford v. Washington (2004), presents the material on
confrontation and hearsay in a dramatically reorganized manner that
emphasizes basic concepts and greatly reduces the time spent on a
march through the hearsay exceptions. It also includes for the
first time a chapter focusing on a topic made especially salient by
recent developments, the treatment of observations by children. The
book presents straightforward explanations and problems, many of
them drawn from actual cases, designed to make assignments short
and class preparation efficient for students and teachers.
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