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09-1666 Cross v. Hardy

Habeas Corpus Confrontation Clause Where the state failed to subpoena the complainant in a sexual assault trial, instead reading her testimony from the first trial into the record, the defendant's right to confront the witness was violated. "We do not lightly reach our conclusion that the state court unreasonably applied federal law, but under the circumstances of this ...

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