What Does It Mean When the Prosecution Gives an Accuser Immunity in a Domestic Violence Case?

November 14th, 2021 by Tad Nelson in Domestic Violence

Domestic violence cases often come down to the word of the accuser against that of the defendant. This means that it is crucial that the defense have an opportunity to fully cross-examine the accuser. Indeed, the right of “confrontation” is one of the basic constitutional requirements of any criminal trial. So what happens when an […]

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