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My boyfriend was recently accused of domestic violence against me. I have stated that the alleged incident did not happen but I know as the victim I have very little say in the matter. I believe that the strongest (and pretty much only) evidence that the prosecution has to use against him is the statement made by the neighbor who called police after hearing our argument. What the "witness" heard was extremely misinterpreted. If the neighbor does not testify, can what they told police they heard still be considered evidence under the 6th amendment?