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We learned that Hearsay evidence is inherently unreliable because the declarant

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We learned that Hearsay evidence is inherently unreliable because the declarant can’t be cross-examined in court. Why should one who makes a statement be in court and subject to cross-examination? (hint: the jury as the trier-of-fact)

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