High Court Ruling on Video Testimony May Alter Abuse Cases

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A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision virtually eliminating the use of videotaped statements in place of live court testimony by witnesses could jeopardize a range of abuse cases, from child molestation to domestic violence and elder abuse, legal experts tell the Sacramento Bee. Rather than putting vulnerable witnesses on the stand, California law had allowed
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