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Criminal Practice  –  Constitutional – Confrontation Clause – First Impression – NPLEx Database – Search & Seizure – Knock & Talk (access required)

South Carolina has not addressed whether admission into evidence of National Precursor Log Exchange (NPLEx) records of pseudoephedrine purchases violates the Confrontation Clause. Because NPLEx records are kept to comply with state regulatory measures, we find they are nontestimonial. Thus, we agree with United States v. Towns, 718 F.3d 404 (5th Cir. 2013), that the ...

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