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DRESSLER, JOSHUA. Understanding Criminal Procedure, 2d ed. § 1.03[C][6] at 10: Matthew Bender, 1997.

GILMORE, WARREN H. "Arraignment by Television: A New Way to Bring Defendants to the Courtroom." Judicature 63 (1980): 396.

KAMISAR, YALE; LAFAVE, WAYNE R.; ISRAEL, JEROLD H.; and KING, NANCY. Modern Criminal Procedure, 9th ed. St. Paul, Minn.: West Group, 1999. Pages 28–29; 1013–1014.

STEINBERG, COREY. Note, "'Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied'—The Abuse of Pre-Arraignment Delay." New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 9 (1992): 403.

THAXTON, RONNIE. Note, "Injustice Telecast: The Illegal Use of Closed-Circuit Television Arraignments and Bail Bond Hearings in Federal Courts." Iowa Law Review 79 (1993): 175.

WHITEBREAD, CHARLES H., and SLOBOGIN, CHRISTOPHER. Criminal Procedure: An Analysis of Cases and Concepts, 3d ed. New York, N.Y.: Foundation Press, 1993. Pages 487–545.

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