An Interesting Issue Of Confrontation and Religious Liberty

From The Marshall Project and The Atlantic:  Can a witness wear a veil on the stand?

There is a defendant’s right to a public trial and to confront the witnesses against him. There is every person’s right to freely exercise her religion. In some instances, those rights clash. What happens then?

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