http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/tribune-review/regional/s_160859.html Voters in next month's general election in Pennsylvania may change the way children testify in criminal court cases when they answer two ballot questions. The first would amend Pennsylvania's constitution -- which states that criminal defendants must meet witnesses against them "face to face" -- to mirror the U.S. Constitution and allow defendants to be "confronted with the witnesses against them." The second question clears the way for the state Legislature to enact laws permitting . . .
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