The Right to Counsel in American Courts

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(The superior figures indicate footnotes on the pages specified.)
Administration of right to counsel, 203-221
Alabama, right to counsel in: appointment of counsel in capital cases, 8424; payment of counsel, 136241; Scottsboro cases (Powell v. Alabama), 151-157
Amendments to Constitution of the United States, original proposals in regard to counsel, 22-23
American Bar Association: canon on counsel, 89; president ( H. J. Gallagher) quoted on legal-aid societies, 140
American Law Institute, Code of Criminal Procedure, 201
Anderson, John C., Chief Justice of Alabama Supreme Court, dissent in Scottsboro cases, 152
Appeal: in federal courts, 75; in state courts, 132-133
Appointment of counsel: from private bar, 213-216; need for timely appointment, 211-212
Arizona, right to counsel in: payment of counsel, 135, 136242; statutory duty to advise accused, 8527
Arkansas, appointment of counsel on request, 8528
Attorneys, from out of state in state cases, 92-93
Bennett, James v., on counsel problem, 202
Bentham, Jeremy, participation in legal-reform movement, 11 Bill of Rights, demand for, 22-23
Black, Hugo, Justice: dissent in Adamson v. California, 146-147; dissent in Betts v. Brady, 162; dissent in Foster v. Illinois, 173; historical data in Johnson v. Zerbst ignored by, 44; incorporation of Bill of Rights in Fourteenth Amendment urged by, 148; opinion in Canizio v. New York, 171; opinion in Johnson v. Zerbst, 42- 44; opinion in Rice v. Olson, 180
Blackstone, on right to counsel, 11
Bond, Carroll T., Judge (of Maryland), opinion in Betts v. Brady, 160-161
Bradley, Joseph P., Justice, dissent in Minnesota rate cases, 144
Brown, Henry B., Justice, opinion in Holden v. Hardy, 144-145
Brownell, Emery A., extension of legal aid urged by, 201
Burton, Harold H., Justice, opinion in Bute v. Illinois, 169-170, 175
Butler, Pierce, Justice, dissent in Scottsboro cases (Powell v. Alabama), 155
California, right to counsel in: advice by magistrate, 8680; constitutional provision interpreted, 82; public defenders' salaries, 136243; statutory duty to advise accused, 8527
Callagy, Martin V., "Legal Aid in Criminal Cases," 201
Cardozo, Benjamin N., Justice, opin


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