Craig test

Craig test

(krāg test)
Technique to assess forward torsion of femur or femoral anteversion.
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127) It also refused to apply the Craig test, explaining that the test in Craig was "crafted .
Other courts, instead, applied the Craig test in deciding whether to allow child witnesses to testify by two-way, live VCT.
To further support its conclusion that the Craig test governed the situation before it, the Eleventh Circuit relied on the fact that in 2002, the Supreme Court refused to recommend to Congress a proposed amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure that would have explicitly permitted video testimony in "exceptional circumstances.
147) Justice Scalia argued that the Craig test should apply and limit the use of remote testimony in criminal cases to instances in which there had been a case-specific showing that it was "necessary to further an important public policy.
155) Having thus decided that the first prong of the Craig test was not met, the Yates court did not address whether the reliability prong was satisfied.
163) Those commentators thus suggest that the Craig test for permitting witnesses to testify outside of the direct presence of the defendant might be constitutionally suspect after Crawford because the Craig test uses a "reliability of the evidence" standard.
On the opposite coast, Craig Test Boring, Mays Landing, NJ, uses the equipment for similar purposes.
Craig Test Boring and Concrete Express Inc, use Vacmaster equipment with air" and accessory water excavation systems; United Cable Construction and Taylor Electric operated hydro-excavation equipment manufactured by Vacuum Source; Dick Bragg Excavation and the examples provided by Geiger Trenchless Solutions used Ring-O-Matic hydro-excavation vacuum excavators.