This is provided for in the 6th amendment of the U.S constitution. It guarantees the accused two cardinal rights during trial. These include the accused right to attend all proceeding in a case against him and the accused right to challenge an adverse witness’s testimony. These are critical rights as they ensure that the accused receives a fair, just and transparent trial. The clause also shields the accused from hearsay evidence because he cannot be able to challenge them. Moreover, the accused is able to test the veracity, sincerity and memory of the witness.
Types of Evidence
There are five main