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The Resource Miranda : the story of America's right to remain silent, Gary L. Stuart ; with a foreword by Janet Napolitano

Miranda : the story of America's right to remain silent, Gary L. Stuart ; with a foreword by Janet Napolitano

Label
Miranda : the story of America's right to remain silent
Title
Miranda
Title remainder
the story of America's right to remain silent
Statement of responsibility
Gary L. Stuart ; with a foreword by Janet Napolitano
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"One of the most significant Supreme Court cases in U.S. history has its roots in Arizona and is closely tied to the state's leading legal figures. Miranda has become a household word; now Gary Stuart tells the inside story of this famous case, and with it the legal history of the accused's right to counsel and silence." "Ernesto Miranda was an uneducated Hispanic man arrested in 1963 in connection with a series of sexual assaults, to which he confessed within hours. He was convicted not on the strength of eyewitness testimony or physical evidence but almost entirely because he had incriminated himself without knowing it - and without knowing that he didn't have to. Miranda's lawyers, John P. Frank and John F. Flynn, were among the most prominent in the state, and their work soon focused the entire country on the issue of their client's rights. A 1966 Supreme Court decision held that Miranda's rights had been violated and resulted in the now-famous "Miranda warnings."" "Stuart personally knows many of the figures involved in Miranda, and here he unravels its complex history, revealing how the defense attorneys created the argument brought before the Court and analyzing the competing societal interests involved in the case. He considers Miranda's aftermath - not only the test cases and ongoing political and legal debate but also what happened to Ernesto Miranda."--Jacket
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1939-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Stuart, Gary L.
Dewey number
345.73/056
Index
index present
LC call number
KF224.M54
LC item number
S78 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Miranda, Ernesto
  • Miranda, Ernesto
  • Miranda, Ernesto
  • Trials (Rape)
  • Right to counsel
  • Self-incrimination
  • Confession (Law)
  • Police questioning
  • Procès (Viol)
  • Droit à un défenseur
  • Auto-incrimination
  • Confession (Droit)
  • Interrogatoire policier
  • Confession (Law)
  • Police questioning
  • Right to counsel
  • Self-incrimination
  • Trials (Rape)
  • Arizona
  • United States
  • Politie
  • Verhoor (recht)
  • Bekentenis
  • Verenigde Staten
Label
Miranda : the story of America's right to remain silent, Gary L. Stuart ; with a foreword by Janet Napolitano
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0417/2004008436.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references ([195]-204) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. Miranda. Crimes, confessions, and convictions. Ernest Miranda confesses to Carroll Cooley -- Miranda's robbery trial -- Miranda's rape trial -- The case file of coerced confessions : Sylvester Cassidy and Stanley Johnson ; Michael Vignera ; Roy Allen Stewart ; Carl Calvin Westover -- 2. The law. Law and order in '64 -- The American right to counsel ; The American privilege against self-incrimination -- Escobedo -- Miranda and the Arizona Supreme Court -- Robert J. Corcoran, the birth of the Miranda warnings -- John P. Frank and the Miranda briefs -- 3. The oral arguments. Oral argument in Miranda v. Arizona : John J. Flynn ; Gary K. Nelson ; Duane R. Nedrud -- Oral argument in Vignera v. New York : Victor M. Earle III ; William I. Siegel -- Oral argument in Westover v. United States : F. Conger Fawcett ; Solicitor General Thurgood Marshall -- Oral argument in California v. Stewart : Gordon Ringer ; William A. Norris -- Oral argument in Johnson and Cassidy v. New Jersey : Stanford Shmukler ; Norman Heine ; M. Gene Haeberle -- 4. The aftermath. The Miranda opinion -- The Miranda warnings -- The right to remain silent -- The second warning -- The right to the "presence" of an attorney -- The right to counsel, free of charge -- Waiving Miranda rights -- Miranda's retrials -- Miranda's death -- 5. The ongoing debate
  • pt. 2. Miranda in the twenty-first century. 6. The Dickerson case. Miranda revisited -- The national debate about Dickerson's chances in the United States Supreme Court -- The Dickerson oral arguments -- The Dickerson opinion -- Continuing legal challenges to the Miranda doctrine in the wake of Dickerson : Fellers v. United States, U.S. Supreme Court Docket No. 02-6320, October Term, 2003-2004 ; United States v. Patane, U.S. Supreme Court Docket No. 02-1183, October Term, 2003-2004 ; Missouri v. Seibert, U.S. Supreme Court Docket No. 02-1371, October Term, 2003-2004 -- 7. The global reach. Miranda in the wake of September 11 -- Miranda and the al Qaeda terror -- The other American Taliban, Jose Padilla and Esam Hamdi -- 8. A broader perspective. Looking back on Miranda -- John P. Frank, Esq. -- Peter D. Baird, Esq. -- Dean Paul Bender -- Judge J. Thomas Brooks -- Captain Carroll Cooley -- Justice Robert J. Corcoran -- John Dowd, Esq. -- Judge Joseph Howe -- Robert Jensen, Esq. -- Chris Johns, Esq. -- Barry Kroll, Esq. -- Senator Jon Kyl, R-Arizona -- Rex E. Lee, Esq. -- Professor Tom Mauet -- Craig Mehrens, Esq. -- Attorney General Gary K. Nelson -- Detective Ron Quaife -- Charles Roush, Esq. -- Chief Judge Mary Schroeder -- Mara Siegel, Esq. -- Judge Barry Silverman -- Robert Storrs, Esq. -- Paul Ulrich, Esq. -- Judge Warren Wolfson -- Did Miranda retard law enforcement? -- False confessions, the Temple murder case, and the Tucson four -- If Miranda was a liberal decision, why was Dickerson a conservative decision? -- Why did the court switch from the Sixth Amendment in Escobedo to the Fifth Amendment in Miranda? -- Was it police methodology or political ideology? -- When did Miranda become a "constitutional" decision? -- 9. The future. Gideon's legacy -- Dickerson's legacy -- The evolution of Miranda
Control code
ocm54960579
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxii, 212 pages
Isbn
9780816523139
Lccn
2004008436
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o54960579
  • (OCoLC)54960579
Label
Miranda : the story of America's right to remain silent, Gary L. Stuart ; with a foreword by Janet Napolitano
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0417/2004008436.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references ([195]-204) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. Miranda. Crimes, confessions, and convictions. Ernest Miranda confesses to Carroll Cooley -- Miranda's robbery trial -- Miranda's rape trial -- The case file of coerced confessions : Sylvester Cassidy and Stanley Johnson ; Michael Vignera ; Roy Allen Stewart ; Carl Calvin Westover -- 2. The law. Law and order in '64 -- The American right to counsel ; The American privilege against self-incrimination -- Escobedo -- Miranda and the Arizona Supreme Court -- Robert J. Corcoran, the birth of the Miranda warnings -- John P. Frank and the Miranda briefs -- 3. The oral arguments. Oral argument in Miranda v. Arizona : John J. Flynn ; Gary K. Nelson ; Duane R. Nedrud -- Oral argument in Vignera v. New York : Victor M. Earle III ; William I. Siegel -- Oral argument in Westover v. United States : F. Conger Fawcett ; Solicitor General Thurgood Marshall -- Oral argument in California v. Stewart : Gordon Ringer ; William A. Norris -- Oral argument in Johnson and Cassidy v. New Jersey : Stanford Shmukler ; Norman Heine ; M. Gene Haeberle -- 4. The aftermath. The Miranda opinion -- The Miranda warnings -- The right to remain silent -- The second warning -- The right to the "presence" of an attorney -- The right to counsel, free of charge -- Waiving Miranda rights -- Miranda's retrials -- Miranda's death -- 5. The ongoing debate
  • pt. 2. Miranda in the twenty-first century. 6. The Dickerson case. Miranda revisited -- The national debate about Dickerson's chances in the United States Supreme Court -- The Dickerson oral arguments -- The Dickerson opinion -- Continuing legal challenges to the Miranda doctrine in the wake of Dickerson : Fellers v. United States, U.S. Supreme Court Docket No. 02-6320, October Term, 2003-2004 ; United States v. Patane, U.S. Supreme Court Docket No. 02-1183, October Term, 2003-2004 ; Missouri v. Seibert, U.S. Supreme Court Docket No. 02-1371, October Term, 2003-2004 -- 7. The global reach. Miranda in the wake of September 11 -- Miranda and the al Qaeda terror -- The other American Taliban, Jose Padilla and Esam Hamdi -- 8. A broader perspective. Looking back on Miranda -- John P. Frank, Esq. -- Peter D. Baird, Esq. -- Dean Paul Bender -- Judge J. Thomas Brooks -- Captain Carroll Cooley -- Justice Robert J. Corcoran -- John Dowd, Esq. -- Judge Joseph Howe -- Robert Jensen, Esq. -- Chris Johns, Esq. -- Barry Kroll, Esq. -- Senator Jon Kyl, R-Arizona -- Rex E. Lee, Esq. -- Professor Tom Mauet -- Craig Mehrens, Esq. -- Attorney General Gary K. Nelson -- Detective Ron Quaife -- Charles Roush, Esq. -- Chief Judge Mary Schroeder -- Mara Siegel, Esq. -- Judge Barry Silverman -- Robert Storrs, Esq. -- Paul Ulrich, Esq. -- Judge Warren Wolfson -- Did Miranda retard law enforcement? -- False confessions, the Temple murder case, and the Tucson four -- If Miranda was a liberal decision, why was Dickerson a conservative decision? -- Why did the court switch from the Sixth Amendment in Escobedo to the Fifth Amendment in Miranda? -- Was it police methodology or political ideology? -- When did Miranda become a "constitutional" decision? -- 9. The future. Gideon's legacy -- Dickerson's legacy -- The evolution of Miranda
Control code
ocm54960579
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxii, 212 pages
Isbn
9780816523139
Lccn
2004008436
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o54960579
  • (OCoLC)54960579

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