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P. v. Mendieta CA4/1
Mendieta contends that the trial court violated his rights under the Confrontation Clause of the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution and committed prejudicial evidentiary error by precluding defense counsel from questioning a central prosecution witness about the witness's immigration status to show the witness had a motive to testify in a manner favorable to law enforcement. We conclude that Mendieta's argument lacks merit, and we accordingly affirm the judgment.

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