Criminal Procedures

Trial Process

During the prosecution’s case, is there a chance at cross-examination?

Yes, each side in a criminal case—just as in a civil case—has the chance to cross-examine the other side’s witnesses. In a criminal case, this is guaranteed by the Confrontation Clause in the Sixth Amendment, which ensures that defendants have the right to confront those who accuse them of wrongdoing.


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