FIRST IMPRESSIONS

A Step Forward, or a Step Back?

Tom Lininger

Prosecutors, defense attorneys, and lower court judges hoped that the Supreme Court's ruling in the consolidated cases of Davis v. Washington and Hammon v. Indiana (hereafter simply Davis) would provide a primer on testimonial hearsay. In retrospect, these hopes were somewhat unrealistic.

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