Confessions of Guilt: From Torture to Miranda and Beyond

By George C. Thomas III; Richard A. Leo | Go to book overview
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CONTENTS
Prefaceix
CHAPTER 1.Introduction3
PART ITHE FIRST REVOLUTION IN INTERROGATION LAW: FROM TORTURE TO PROTECTING AUTONOMY
CHAPTER 2.Early Interrogation Law19
CHAPTER 3.English Interrogation Law from 1674–184839
CHAPTER 4.Early American Interrogation Law67
PARTI IITHE SECOND REVOLUTION IN INTERROGATION LAW: THE RATIONAL APPROACH COMES OF AGE
CHAPTER 5.The Rise of Rationality in Interrogation Law101
CHAPTER 6.The “American Method”—The Third Degree112
PART IIITHE THIRD REVOLUTION IN INTERROGATION LAW: MIRANDA’S VOLCANO—FIERY, BRIEF, AND DORMANT
CHAPTER 7.The Miranda “Revolution”143
CHAPTER 8.Miranda Changes the Confessions World169
CHAPTER 9.Miranda Today190
CHAPTER 10.Interrogation Law219
Notes241
Bibliography283
Index297

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