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Criminal Practice — Constitutional – Confrontation Right – Nontestifying Co-Defendant – Redacted Statement (access required)

State v. Jackson (Lawyers Weekly No. 011-121-14, 23 pp.) (John Few, Ch. J.) (John Geathers, J., concurring) Appealed from Sumter County Circuit Court (W. Jeffrey Young, J.) S.C. App. Holding: The admission into evidence of a clumsily redacted confession by a non-testifying co-defendant implicated defendant and thereby violated his Sixth Amendment right to confront the witnesses ...

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