Federal courts are closed today for the Martin Luther King Holiday.
In my latest installment of cutting-edge issues for criminal defense attorneys (and others) to keep an eye on in litigating cases, here is the Federal Evidence Blog's 10 Key Evidence Issues for 2012, or use the links below to read more about an individual issue:
- Supreme Court Watch: Williams v. Illinois: Confrontation Clause - Pending Decisions
- Confrontation Clause: More Notice and Demand Rules?
- Supreme Court Watch Open Issue: Confrontation Clause - Resolving An Open Issue on the Scope Of Dying Declarations
- Circuit Split: Waiving An Objection to a Stipulation Under the Confrontation Clause
- Circuit Split: Admission Of Pre-Miranda Silence
- Circuit Split: Whether the Rule of Completeness Allows Inadmissible Evidence to be Admitted?
- More Judicial Criticism of the “Inextricable Intertwinement" Theory
- Rule Amendments: “Restyling” Federal Rules of Evidence
- Pending Rule Amendment: FRE 803(10) - Absence of Public Record
- Cameras In The Courtroom: Increasing Requests for Televising Supreme Court Proceedings