It is black letter law that a defendant in a criminal trial may waive her right of confrontation in a number of ways, including her voluntary and deliberate absence from trial; likewise, a respondent in a parental rights termination proceeding may waive her right of confrontation by deliberate absence.
In Re: Jason M.
Connecticut Appellate Court
February 18, 2013
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