If the judge decides pre-trial that Mr. Hernandez�s confession is voluntary, should the jury be allowed to hear expert testimony about why Mr Hernandez is likely to have confessed to crimes that he did not do? Why or why not?
2. Suppose that at his trial, a relative of Mr. Hernandez�s testifies that he has been delusional for many years. The prosecution wants to ask the relative on cross examination whether his testimony is motivated by his great love for Mr. Hernandez. If the judge does not allow the prosecutor to ask the question, would this violate the Constitution? Why or why not?
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