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Criminal Procedure: Constitutional Aspects


AMAR, AKHIL REED. The Constitution and Criminal Procedure: First Principles. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1996.

AMSTERDAM, ANTHONY G. "Perspectives on the Fourth Amendment." Minnesota Law Review 58 (1974): 349.

CORWIN, EDWARD S. "The Supreme Court's Construction of the Self-Incrimination Clause." Michigan Law Review 29 (1930): 1.

DAVIES, THOMAS Y. "Recovering the Original Fourth Amendment." Michigan Law Review 98 (1999): 547–750.

FRIENDLY, HENRY J. "The Fifth Amendment Tomorrow: The Case for Constitutional Change." University of Cincinnati Law Review 37 (1968): 671.

——. "A Postscript on Miranda." In Benchmarks. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1967. Page 266.

——. "The Bill of Rights as a Code of Criminal Procedure." California Law Review 53 (1965): 929.

STUNTZ, WILLIAM J. "The Substantive Origins of Criminal Procedure." Yale Law Journal 105 (1995): 393.

——. "The Uneasy Relationship between Criminal Procedure and Criminal Justice." Yale Law Journal 107 (1997): 1.

TAYLOR, TELFORD. Two Studies on Constitutional Interpretation. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1969.

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