On September 28, 2010, the Supreme Court of the United States accepted an obscure Public Defender case out of New Mexico captioned Bullcoming v. New Mexico for consideration. In doing so, the pitched battle of the constraints and dictations of the US Constitution and the Confrontation Clause were yet again visited by the highest court in the land. The United States Supreme Court in a 5–4 decision decided and firmly established the Particular Witness Rule as articulated and argued by Professor Jeffrey Fisher of Stanford. Attorney McShane discusses the Particular Witness Rule in his blog post: The Particular Witness Rule as established in Bullcoming v. New Mexico.
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