Open Issues

Open Issues

Open Issues is a periodic feature of the Federal Evidence Review. Each Open Issues article highlights a case in which a circuit has identified or resolved an evidence issue that was not settled.

Two sample Open Issues articles may be previewed:

  1. Open Issues; Application of State or Federal Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege in Federal Court, 1 Fed. Evid. Rev. 92 (Sept. 2004)
  2. Open Issues: Fifth Circuit Notes Open Issue Whether Crawford Confrontation Clause Case Applies Retroactively, 3 Fed. Evid. Rev. 47 (Jan. 2006)
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