The Supreme Court and criminal procedure the Warren Court revolution /
Focuses on the transformation of criminal justice since the end of World War II by providing decisions handed down by the Supreme Court during the tenure of Chief Justice Earl Warren (1953-1969) that revolutionized criminal procedure.
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|Series:||Supreme Court's power in American politics.
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Table of Contents:
- The exclusionary rule
- The right to counsel
- The Miranda warnings : constitutional protection for those undergoing police interrogation
- Public reaction against the Warren Court.