Testimony Over Video Does Not Violate Confrontation Clause Recently, the Minnesota Court of Appeals addressed whether a police officer testifying via video violated a defendant’s right to confrontation in State v. Tate. The court ultimately said it did not violate the defendant’s constitutional rights and allowed the testimony to be admitted into evidence. During the…

Parking enforcement is now a little trickier in some jurisdictions. In some places, parking enforcement officers place chalk on a car’s tires. The officer then comes back later to see if the chalk is still there. If it is, they believe there is evidence the car never moved and if it the vehicle has been…

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