The Supreme Court of the United States today reversed the decision in the case of Bullcoming v. New Mexico siding with the argument that the prosecution using a surrogate forensic analyst who was not involved in the actual testing is in violation of The Confrontation Clause.
As part of the team of attorneys who authored the amicus brief in this case, PA DUI Attorney Justin McShane’s knowledge of gas chromatography played an integral role in the outcome of the case. This can be noted by the number of times the amicus brief is quoted in the Supreme Court opinion.
You can read more about this important milestone in Attorney McShane’s career in his blog post: Attorney McShane Instrumental in Supreme Court Win.
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