The Associated Press
Court overrules precedent
SANTA FE — New Mexico’s highest court has ruled that defendants don’t have a constitutional right to confront and question witnesses providing testimony against them at pretrial hearings.
The state Supreme Court’s decision overruled a legal precedent on the question set by the justices in 1969.
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