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Court: Video testimony doesn’t violate Confrontation Clause

The Minnesota Court of Appeals has found that a defendant’s Confrontation Clause rights were not violated when a district court allowed a law enforcement agent who had been exposed to COVID-19 to testify using two-way, live, remote video technology.

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