Monday, June 19, 2006

Supreme Court Cites to Martha Stewart case

In a case decided yesterday by the United States Supreme Court, Davis v. Washington, Justice Scalia cited to the Second Circuit decision in the Martha Stewart case for the point, "[t]he solemnity of even an oral declaration of relevant past fact to an investigating officer is well enough established by the severe consequences that can attend a deliberate falsehood."   Which case does this cite fit into - the 911 Crawford case.

(esp) (w/ a hat tip to Kathryn Kase)

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