Miranda

Author: Gary L. Stuart
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Miranda: The Story of America’s Right to Remain Silent considers the legacy of that case and its fate in the twenty-first century as we face new challenges in the criminal justice system.

Encyclopedia Of American Civil Rights And Liberties Revised And Expanded Edition 2nd Edition 4 Volumes

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... Uniform Code of Military Justice; Warren, Earl; Warren Court Further Reading
Grano, Joseph D. 1993. Confessions, Truth and the Law. Ann Arbor: University of
Michigan Press. Stephens, Otis H. 1973. The Supreme Court and Confessions of
Guilt. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press. Stuart, Gary L. 2004. Miranda:
The Story of America's Right to Remain Silent. Tucson: University of Arizona
Press.

Encyclopedia Of The Sixties

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The basis of the appeal was the failure by the police to inform Miranda of his
rights against self-incrimination—the right to remain silent, access to an attorney,
and that his statements could be used against him. With his ... Phoenix American
Civil Liberties Union attorneys then filed a writ on the basis of the Sixth
Amendment right to counsel instead of Fifth Amendment protection against
selfincrimination. At that ... Stuart, Gary L. Miranda: The Story of America's Right
to Remain Silent.

The Social History Of Crime And Punishment In America A De

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crime and policing practices. The conviction of Ernesto Miranda for the 1963 rape
and kidnapping of a young Phoenix woman eventually led to the well-known
Supreme Court decision concerning Miranda rights and the mandate that police
advise criminal suspects of their right to remain silent and to the presence of an
attorney during questioning. In 1967, a Supreme Court case concerning Arizona
juvenile Gerald Gault's obscene telephone calls led to expanded rights for due
process ...

Miranda Rights

Author: Paul Ruschmann
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Those programs might reflect Americans' belief that they are under siege by
criminals and that the authorities are allies, not adversaries. What is behind that
belief? Kaminer explained: The politics of crime control sometimes seems a
simple matter of arithmetic. There are more crime victims than criminal Ernesto
Miranda: The rest of the story After the Supreme Court ruled in his favor, Ernesto
Miranda remained in prison to serve his sentence for the robbery conviction that
his lawyers ...

The Encyclopedia Of American Civil Liberties

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DAVID BLACKETT References and Further Reading Hogrogian, John G.
Miranda v. Arizona: The Rights of the Accused. San Diego, CA: Lucent Books,
1999. Sobel, Nathan R. The New Confession Standards, Miranda v. Arizona; a
Legal Perspective, a Practical Perspective. Jamaica, NY: Gould Publications,
1966. Stuart, Gary L. Miranda: The Story of America's Right to Remain Silent.
Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2004. Cases and Statutes Cited Dickerson v.
U.S., 530 U.S. 428 ...

Miranda V Arizona

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Describes the history behind the Miranda Warning, a legal protection that is read to every person who is arrested in the United States.

Innocent Until Interrogated

Author: Gary L. Stuart
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And, ultimately, how did so much go so wrong? In this first book-length treatment of the Buddhist Temple Massacre, Gary L. Stuart explores the unspeakable crime, the inexplicable confessions, and the troubling behavior of police officials.

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Author: Otis H. Stephens
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"Is Miranda Caselaw Really Inconsistent? A Proposed Fifth Amendment
Synthesis." Constitutional Commentary 17: 19. Kamisar, Yale. 1980. Police
Interrogation and Confessions: Essays in Law and Policy. Ann Arbor: University
of Michigan Press. Klein, Susan R. 2001. "Miranda's Exceptions in a Post-
Dickerson World." Journal of Law & Criminology 92: 567. Stuart, Gary L. 2004.
Miranda: The Story of America's Right to Remain Silent. Tucson: The University of
Arizona Press. White ...