The Right to Counsel in American Courts

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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE CITATIONS
A.B.A.J.--American Bar Association Journal
Annals--Annals of the American Academy of Social and Political Science
Calif. L. Rev.--California Law Review
Chi-Kent L. Rev.--Chicago-Kent Law Review
Col. L. Rev.--Columbia Law Review
Corn. L. Rev.--Cornell Law Review
F.R.D.--Federal Rules Decisions
H. C. Deb.--House of Commons Debates
Ill. B. J.--Illinois Bar Journal
Ind. L. J.--Indiana Law Journal
Iowa L. Rev.--Iowa Law Review
J. Amer. Judic. Soc.--Journal of the American Judicature Society
J. Crim. L. and Crim.--Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology
J. Crim. L., Crim. and Pol. Sci.--Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (formerly, J. Crim. L. and Crim.)
Legal Aid Rev.--Legal Aid Review
Marq. L. Rev.--Marquette Law Review
Mich. L. Rev.--Michigan Law Review
Minn. L. Rev.--Minnesota Law Review
Mo. St. L. J.--Missouri State Law Journal
Nat. B. J.--National Bar Journal
Neb. L. Rev.--Nebraska Law Review
N.J.L.J.--New Jersey Law Journal
N. Y. U. L. Rev.--New York University Law Review
So. Calif. L. Rev.--Southern California Law Review
Stanford L. Rev.--Stanford Law Review
Temp. L. Q.--Temple Law Quarterly
Tex. L. Rev.--Texas Law Review
Univ. of Chic. L. Rev.--University of Chicago Law Review
Univ. of Pa. L. Rev.--University of Pennsylvania Law Review
U.S.C.A.--United States Code Annotated
Va. L. Rev.--Virginia Law Review
Vanderbilt L. Rev.--Vanderbilt Law Review
Yale L. J.--Yale Law Journal

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