Debate | Fisher v. Fisher: The Confrontation Confrontation

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The Criminal Law Society hosts two of Stanford Law School’s top criminal law and evidence experts in a debate about the meaning of the Sixth Amendment’s Confrontation Clause on April 14, 2016.

George Fisher: One of the nation’s top scholars of criminal law and evidence; longtime evidence teacher at Stanford; author of acclaimed evidence casebook

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Jeff Fisher: One of the nation’s top Supreme Court advocates; Co-Director of Stanford’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic; argued several Confrontation Clause cases at the Supreme Court, including the landmark Crawford v. Washington and Melendez-Diaz v. Washington

Moderated by David Sklansky, another of SLS’s evidence experts, this lively debate highlights the forces pushing and pulling the Court in its interpretations of the Confrontation Clause and the doctrinal tensions that have arisen since the Court’s decision in Crawford v. Washington.

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