Confessions of Guilt: From Torture to Miranda and Beyond

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The bibliography is divided into six categories: constitutions and legislative enactments; books; articles, monographs, and book chapters; reports; newspapers; and other sources, which includes web sites. Cases are cited in the notes and are not listed here.

Constitutions, Statutes, Acts, and Rules

Arkansas, Revised Statutes, c. 45, §§ 31–38 (1838).

Delaware Declaration of Rights, 1776.

England, 11 & 12 Vict., c. 42, para. XVIII (1848).

England, 7 Wm. III c.3 (1695).

England, Act for [the Regulating] the Privie Councell and for taking away the Court commonly called the Star Chamber, Statutes of the Realm, 16 Charles I, c. 10 (1641).

England, Assize of Clarendon (1166).

Georgia Code, 1861, Pt. 3, Tit. 10, Ch. 2, Art. III. § 3716.

Human Rights Act 1998, c. 42.

Illinois Constitution, Art. VI, § 6 (1870).

Illinois, Senate Bill 33, 53d General Assembly, 1923.

Kentucky Revised Statutes §422.110 (1912).

Louisiana, A GeneralDigest of the Acts of the Legislature of Louisianapassedfrom theyeari 804 to 1827 (L. Moreau Lislet, compiler, 1828).

Maryland, A Report of All Such English Statutes as existed at the time of the first emigration of the people of Maryland, and which by experience have been found applicable to their local and other circumstances(William Kilty, compiler, 1811).

Massachusetts Body of Liberties, 1641 c. 26.

Missouri, Revised Statutes, art. II, §§ 13–17 (1835).

New Jersey, Laws of the State (New Brunswick, N.J.: printed by Abraham Blauvelt, William Paterson, compiler, 1800).

New Jersey, West, Concessions and Agreements of West New Jersey, 1676, c. 22.

New York, The Second Constitution of New York, 1821, Art. VII, § 7.

New York, Constitution of New York, 1777.

New York, Revised Statutes, vol. 2, part IV, chap. II (Butler & Duer revision, 1829).

New York, Thirty-Sixth Session, 1813, vol. 2, chap. civ., II.

New York, Act of Jan. 30, 1787, ch. 8, 1787.

New York, Tenth Session, c. 1 (1787).

North Carolina Proposal to Congress, August 1, 1788.

Ohio Laws, Chapter I, § 1, 1804; Virginia Laws, Chapter III, § I, 1776.


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