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FRAUDULENTLY INDUCED CONFESSIONS. Mannheimer, Michael J. Zydney Dec 1, 2020 31112
THE COURT AND THE SUSPECT: HUMAN FRAILTY, THE CALCULATING CRIMINAL, AND THE PENITENT IN THE INTERROGATION ROOM. Sundby, Scott E. Sep 1, 2020 31812
iPHONE X: UNLOCKING THE SELF INCRIMINATION CLAUSE OF THE FIFTH AMENDMENT. Parikh, Pratik Mar 22, 2019 10912
Honesty an election issue? Panelo evades question, invokes right to self-incrimination. Mar 7, 2019 495
COMPELLED DECRYPTION AND THE FIFTH AMENDMENT: EXPLORING THE TECHNICAL BOUNDARIES. Cohen, Aloni; Park, Sunoo Sep 22, 2018 30143
ORDERED TO SELF-INCRIMINATE: THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF SELF-REPORT POLICIES IN THE ARMED FORCES. Leone, Carman A. Mar 22, 2018 17314
A NEW HURDLE TO INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS: WHETHER FOREIGN GOVERNMENT-COMPELLED TESTIMONY IMPLICATES THE PRIVILEGE AGAINST SELF-INCRIMINATION. Reich, Jennifer Feb 1, 2018 20036
Not Objecting to Prosecutor's Offering of Fifth Amendment Protections from a Civil Deposition Is Ineffective Assistance of Counsel: Christian v. State. Meyer, Anthony J. Jan 1, 2018 7668
LAW ENFORCEMENT ACCESS TO ENCRYPTED DATA: LEGISLATIVE RESPONSES AND THE CHARTER. Penney, Steven; Gibbs, Dylan Dec 1, 2017 20960
DISRUPTING INJUSTICE: FIFTY YEARS POST MIRANDA AND GAULT: A CALL TO ACTION TO RE-EXAMINE THE RIGHTS OF CHILDREN IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW. Clarke, Elizabeth E. Sep 22, 2017 7954
SILENCE AND REMORSELESSNESS. Fountain, Caleb J. Sep 22, 2017 15554
Personal enough for protection: the Fifth Amendment and single-member LLCS. Inman, Lila L. Feb 1, 2017 13785
"Mere evidence"? Why customs searches of digital devices violate section 8 of the Charter. Penney, Steven Aug 1, 2016 13699
Filing amended and current returns in cases of past noncompliance: how not to make matters worse. Brackney, Megan L. May 1, 2016 1679
THERE ARE CRACKS IN THE CIVIL COMMITMENT PROCESS: A PRACTITIONER'S RECOMMENDATIONS TO PATCH THE SYSTEM. Stone, Donald Apr 1, 2016 21316
Reliability assessments as a condition for the admissibility of confessions in Tennessee. Selva, Lance H.; Shulman, William L.; Reid, Stephen Jan 1, 2016 15715
Privilege against self-incrimination--guarantee for fair trial in modern criminal procedures (nemo tenetur prodere seipsum). Bilalli-Zendeli, Arta Essay Oct 1, 2015 5076
La protection contre l'auto-incrimination testimoniale au Canada et le droit quebecois: quoi protege qui? Walker, Kiel Sep 22, 2015 15979
Two Worlds Colliding: Silence Evidence and Article 31(b), Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Wilson, Scott A. Aug 1, 2015 9417
Use of admissions of guilt under Afghan law. Randall, T. Scott Jun 1, 2015 1055
"I don't understand anything": an analysis of why State v. Diaz was misguided and may lead to an erosion of Miranda and its progeny's protections for juveniles in South Dakota. Blake, Ashley Mar 22, 2015 14726
The sound of silence: evidentiary analyses of precustodial silence in light of Salinas v. Texas. Mansour, Lukas Mar 22, 2015 10887
To call or not to call: compelling witnesses to appear before Congress. Zeidman, Daniel Curbelo Dec 1, 2014 18137
Speak, or be sentenced: the high price of pre-arrest silence: Salinas v. Texas. Odom, Andrew Mar 22, 2014 9851
Court weighs in on traffic court rules and incriminating evidence. Dec 15, 2013 348
A civil litigator's guide to the privilege against self-incrimination in Florida's state and federal courts. Rosen, Marisa E. Cover story Dec 1, 2013 7029
The legality of deliberate Miranda violations: how two-step national security interrogations undermine Miranda and destabilize Fifth Amendment protections. Crain, Lee Ross Dec 1, 2013 17497
Password, please: online surveillance. Shackford, Scott Brief article Nov 1, 2013 293
Take that fifth: SCOTUS and self-incrimination. Shackford, Scott Brief article Oct 1, 2013 224
Password protection and self-incrimination: applying the Fifth Amendment privilege in the technological era. Winkler, Andrew T. Sep 22, 2013 7266
A modest defense of mind reading. Brennan-Marquez, Kiel Mar 22, 2013 9080
A modest defense of mind reading. Brennan-Marquez, Kiel Mar 22, 2013 16981
Constitutional law - Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court distinguishes Thompkins's unambiguous invocation requirement of right to remain silent - Commonwealth v. Clarke. Soutter, David C. Feb 1, 2013 5641
Opposing Mr. Big in principle. Milward, David Jan 1, 2013 14378
Claiming privilege against self-incrimination during cross-examination. Ku, Fansu Jul 1, 2012 3998
Reaching past fingertips with forensic neuroimaging - non-"testimonial" evidence exceeding the Fifth Amendment's grasp. Hurd, Aaron J. Mar 22, 2012 13353
Incriminating thoughts. Farahany, Nita A. Feb 1, 2012 27098
J.D.B. and the maturing of juvenile confession suppression law. Guggenheim, Martin; Hertz, Randy Jan 1, 2012 29324
Outside the police station: dealing with the potential for self- incrimination in juvenile court. Rosado, Lourdes M. Jan 1, 2012 14643
Turning Miranda right side up: post-waiver invocations and the need to update the Miranda warnings. Hammack, Joshua I. Nov 1, 2011 17754
A view from the bench: immunizing witnesses. Masterton, R. Peter Nov 1, 2011 3594
Excluding coerced witness testimony to protect a criminal defendant's right to due process of law and adequately deter police misconduct. Sheridan, Katherine May 1, 2011 22437
The Supreme Court's love-hate relationship with Miranda. Kinports, Kit Mar 22, 2011 31816
"You have the right to an attorney," but not right now: combating Miranda's failure by advancing the point of attachment under article XII of the Massachusetts Declaration of Rights. Dearborn, D. Christopher Mar 22, 2011 31085
Prophylactic rules and state constitutionalism. Leavens, Arthur Mar 22, 2011 21839
A call to police the margins: the Eighth Circuit's expansion of Miranda's public-safety exception. Dixon, Bradley S. Dec 22, 2010 8253
Don't answer the door: Montejo v. Louisiana relaxes police restrictions for questioning non-custodial defendants. Bretz, Emily Nov 1, 2010 19486
Criminal procedure - First Circuit establishes less demanding requirement of particularized need to access prior grand jury testimony - In re Grand Jury. Ames, Rodney W., Jr. Jun 22, 2010 4610
The confessions rule and the Charter. Stewart, Hamish Sep 22, 2009 16320
Protecting privacy through a responsible decryption policy. Ungberg, Andrew J. Mar 22, 2009 9571
Enhancing the enhancements? Section 146 of the Youth Criminal Justice Act and the Supreme Court of Canada: a comment on R. v. L.T.H. Wilson, Larry C. Mar 22, 2009 6444
2008 new developments in self-incrimination. Varley, James L. Feb 1, 2009 9966
It's all in your head: neurotechnological lie detection and the Fourth and Fifth Amendments. Holley, Benjamin Jan 1, 2009 14746
Constitutional law - in-home interrogation in a police-dominated atmosphere ruled custodial requiring Miranda warnings - United States v. Craighead. Vallarelli, Steven Jan 1, 2009 5821
Torture warrants and the rule of law. Parry, John T. Jun 22, 2008 11492
The unrecognized right of criminal defendants to admit their own pretrial statements. Saltzburg, Stephen A.; Capra, Daniel J. May 1, 2008 18578
Parallel proceedings in Florida's state and federal courts: Fifth Amendment considerations. Holt, Michael R. Jan 1, 2008 5887
Proximate cause in constitutional torts: holding interrogators liable for Fifth Amendment violations at trial. Flaxman, Joel May 1, 2007 12012
"I really didn't say everything I said": recent developments in self-incrimination law. Fredrikson, Christopher T. Apr 1, 2006 5441
A lie for a lie: false confessions and the case for reconsidering the legality of deceptive interrogation techniques. Gohara, Miriam S. Mar 1, 2006 23568
Miranda, please report to the principal's office. Penrose, Meg Mar 1, 2006 6514
Declining to state a name in consideration of the Fifth Amendment's self-incrimination clause and law enforcement databases after Hiibel. Ashby, Joseph R. Feb 1, 2006 22173
Ripeness of self-incrimination clause disputes. Mannheimer, Michael J. Zydney Jun 22, 2005 30922
The Supreme Court brings an end to the "end run" around Miranda. Hoover, Lucy Ann Jun 1, 2005 3431
A walk in the constitutional orchard: distinguishing fruits of Fifth Amendment right to counsel from Sixth Amendment right to counsel in Fellers v. United States. Grewell, Justin Bishop Mar 22, 2005 16630
All or nothing: the Supreme Court answers the question "what's in a name?". Nederhood, Robert Mar 22, 2005 11202
Yarborough v. Alvarado: at the crossroads of the "unreasonable application" provision of the Antiterrorism and effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 and the consideration of juvenile status in custodial determinations. Park, Jennifer Mar 22, 2005 13643
Missouri v. Seibert: two-stepping towards the apocalypse. Weiss, Stewart J. Mar 22, 2005 15998
Case closed? Not quite. Bradley, Craig M. Oct 1, 2004 2174
Truth or dare? Terrorism and "truth serum" in the post-9/11 world. Odeshoo, Jason R. Oct 1, 2004 24829
Bless me Father for I have sinned: a year in self-incrimination law. Robertson, David H. Apr 1, 2003 9138
The paradox of auxiliary rights: the privilege against self-incriminition and the right to keep and bear arms. Green, Michael Steven Oct 1, 2002 30773
Sex offender treatment program legal, court rules. (Fifth Amendment Rights). Perlstein, Steve Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 483
Statements compelled from law enforcement employees. (Legal Digest). Brooks, Michael E. Jun 1, 2002 3789
The constitutionality of DNA sampling on arrest. Kaye, D.H. Jun 22, 2001 28574
Miranda's exceptions in a post-Dickerson world. Klein, Susan R. Mar 22, 2001 13701
Miranda, the Constitution, and Congress. Strauss, David A. Mar 1, 2001 7894
Drug War Doctors. Lynch, Michael W. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 307
THE ASSAULT ON MIRANDA. NGUYEN, ALEXANDER Mar 27, 2000 3297
The Supreme Court Revisits Miranda. REGINI, LISA A. Mar 1, 2000 3303
The Miranda flap. Bradley, Craig M. Feb 1, 2000 2433
Self-incrimination - what can an accused person be compelled to do? Inbau, Fred E. Reprint Jun 22, 1999 16103
Should we abolish the constitutional privilege against self-incrimination? Inbau, Fred E. Reprint Jun 22, 1999 2453
Therapy for convicted sex offenders: pursuing rehabilitation without incrimination. Kaden, Jonathan Sep 22, 1998 17202
The consequences of false confessions: deprivations of liberty and miscarriages of justice in the age of psychological interrogation. Leo, Richard A.; Ofshe, Richard J. Jan 1, 1998 28715
Protecting the innocent from false confessions and lost confessions - and from Miranda. Cassell, Paul G. Jan 1, 1998 26878
Using the innocent to scapegoat Miranda: another reply to Paul Cassell. Leo, Richard A.; Ofshe, Richard J. Jan 1, 1998 6290
A tempered 'yes' to the 'exculpatory no.' Pomfret, Scott D. Dec 1, 1997 15428
Court upholds IRS summons requiring writing samples. Albanese, Maria Luzarraga Brief Article Mar 1, 1997 377
Beyond 'Miranda.' (the landmark 'Miranda v. Arizona' case) Hendrie, Edward M. Mar 1, 1997 4879
Comment on Ingraham's "moral duty" to talk and the right to silence. O'Reilly, Gregory W. Jan 1, 1997 10655
A peculiar privilege in historical perspective: the right to remain silent. Alschuler, Albert W. Aug 1, 1996 23922
Hoisted by their own petard: adverse inferences in civil forfeiture. Noya, Shannon T. Jan 1, 1996 5451
The right of silence, the presumption of innocence, the burden of proof, and a modest proposal: a reply to O'Reilly. Ingraham, Barton L. Jan 1, 1996 18545
The substantive origins of criminal procedure. Stuntz, William J. Nov 1, 1995 30653
The public safety exception to Miranda: analyzing subjective motivation. Reiner, Marc Schuyler Aug 1, 1995 17184
Fifth Amendment first principles: the self-incrimination clause. Amar, Akhil Reed; Lettow, Renee B. Mar 1, 1995 36937
On the "fruits" of Miranda violations, coerced confessions, and compelled testimony. Kamisar, Yale Mar 1, 1995 38910
Self-incrimination and the Constitution: a brief rejoinder to Professor Kamisar. Amar, Akhil Reed; Lettow, Renee B. Mar 1, 1995 1993
Privacy's problem and the law of criminal procedure. Stuntz, William J. Mar 1, 1995 30167
The problems with privacy's problem. Seidman, Louis Michael Mar 1, 1995 7250
Reply. Stuntz, William J. Mar 1, 1995 4742
Miranda deconstitutionalized: when the Self-Incrimination Clause and the Civil Rights Act collide. Klein, Susan R. Dec 1, 1994 35841
Taking the fifth: reconsidering the origins of the constitutional privilege against self-incrimination. Moglen, Eben Mar 1, 1994 20993
Proceedings under Illinois Sexually Dangerous Persons Act considered civil, not criminal. Jan 1, 1987 920
Criminal insanity and the right to silence. Fitch, W. Lawrence Jul 1, 1986 687

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