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This paper covers the court’s authority to close proceedings altogether or to exclude specified individuals from the courtroom. It reviews constitutional rights to open courts and statutory limitations on access.
This section discusses the confrontation clause analysis under Crawford v. Washington.
This section discusses a criminal defendant’s right to speedy trial. It covers the due process issue of excessive pre-accusation delay, the federal and state constitutional right to speedy trial that attaches when a defendant is charged with a crime, speedy trial issues involving out-of-state prisoners, and certain statutes relevant to North Carolina prisoners and jail inmates.