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Ch. 1. Powell v. Alabama : the Supreme Court confronts "legal lynchings" / Michael J. Klarman Ch. 2. Mapp v. Ohio : the first shot fired in the Warren Court's criminal procedure "revolution" / Yale Kamisar Ch. 3. Gideon v. Wainwright and Strickland v. Washington : broken promises / David Cole Ch. 4. Brady v. Maryland : from adversarial gamesmanship toward the search for innocence? / Stephanos Bibas Ch. 5. Miranda v. Arizona : a modest but imperfect legacy / Stephen Schulhofer Ch. 6. Hoffa v. United States : secret agents in private spaces / Tracey Maclin Ch. 7. Katz v. United States : the limits of aphorism / David A. Sklansky Ch. 8. Duncan v. Louisiana : how bigotry in the bayou led to the federal regulation of state juries / Nancy J. King Ch. 9. Terry v. Ohio : the Fourth Amendment reasonableness of police stops and frisks based on less than probable cause / John Q. Barrett Ch. 10. United States v. Brignoni-Ponce and United States v. Martinez-Fuerte : the road to racial profiling / Bernard E. Harcourt Ch. 11. Bordenkircher v. Hayes : plea bargaining and the decline of the rule of law / William J. Stuntz Ch. 12. Batson v. Kentucky : the constitutional challenges of peremptory challenges / Pamela S. Karlan Ch. 13. United States v. Salerno : the constitutionality of regulatory detention / Daniel Richman Ch. 14. United States v. Mistretta : the Constitution and the sentencing guidelines / Kate Stith.
KF9619.A2 C75 2006
LOA KF9619.A2 C75 2006
New York, NY : Foundation Press ; [St. Paul, Minn.] : Thomson/West, 2006.