Recent Supreme Court Decisions Concerning Confessions as Evidence in Criminal Cases and the Resultant Effects Upon Criminal and Police Procedures
Schmidt, Don Michael
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In recent years the United States Supreme Court has handed down a number of decisions that have greatly extended the rights of those individuals accused of crimes. These decisions have provoked an endless stream of controversy which has reached to the very roots of the American system of criminal jurisprudence. Much has been written and said concerning these decisions and their effects upon the American criminal system. In undertaking this study, it was my intention to gather as much information as possible about this topic and to see just what conclusions, if any, could be reasonably drawn from it.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.
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