the right to confront applies only to a trial. If the case goes to trial, your accuser will have to come to court to testifyAsk a similar question
Assuming the DA needs the accuser to make out a case (and the DA doesn't alwyers) your lawyer will have the right to cross-examine the person during the trial.
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There are certain situations where the DA may be able to prove its case without the accuser testifying. One example would be if there were other witnesses to the crime.
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