P. v. Gipson
Defendant was convicted following a jury trial of first degree murder (Pen. Code, Â§ 187) with personal use of a firearm in the commission of the murder (Pen. Code, Â§ 12022.53). He claims in this appeal that admission of prior inconsistent statements of witnesses without adequate indicia of reliability violated his right to confrontation. We conclude that the admission of the pretrial statements of witnesses who appeared and testified at trial was not error, and affirm the judgment.