Confrontational Rights

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In United States v. Roberts, 69 M.J. 23 (C.A.A.F. 2010) the issue was whether the military judge erred in excluding evidence of relationship such that it violated Robert’s constitutional confrontation rights. Before a military judge sitting as a general court-martial, Staff Sergeant Roberts pled guilty and was convicted of one specification of assault consummated by …

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