Sixth Amendment, 14th Amendment, Due process, Right to counsel
Constitutional Law | Criminal Law
Part One of this article addressed the Fifth Amendment issues to be considered when analyzing the admissibility of a criminal defendant's out-of-court statements. Part Two discusses the Sixth Amendment, the 14th Amendment's Due Process Clause and impeachment issues.
Blume, John H. and Paavola, Emily C., "Is It Admissible?: Tips for Criminal Defense Attorneys on Assessing the Admissibility of a Criminal Defendant's Statements, Part Two" (2010). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 163.
Published in South Carolina Lawyer, vol. 21, no. 6 (May 2010).