State v. Hedgespeth

The Court of the Appellate Division affirmed Hedgespeth’s conviction for possession of a gun, holding that, though the trial court erred in admitting the defendant’s prior convictions, the error was harmless. The Court also ruled that an NJ State Police “no-permit” affidavit is non-testimonial hearsay, and its admission without the signer’s appearance did not violate the Confrontation Clause.

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