Police practices and the law : essays from the Michigan law review / with an introduction by Francis A. Allen.
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 
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Michigan law review.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- United States.
Criminal justice, Administration of.
Criminal procedure -- United States.
Police -- United States.
452 pages ; 26 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction: American criminal procedure : why the dominance of judge-made law? / by Francis A. Allen -- Rule-making and the police / by Carl McGowan -- The Warren Court and criminal procedure / by A. Kenneth Pye -- Criminal procedure, the Burger Court, and the legacy of the Warren Court / by Jerold H. Israel -- "Street encounters" and the Constitution : Terry, Sibron, Peters, and beyond / by Wayne R. LaFave -- The legitimation of electronic eavesdropping : the politics of "law and order" / by Herman Schwartz -- A dissent from the Miranda dissents : some comments on the "new" Fifth Amendment and the old "voluntariness" test / by Yale Kamisar -- Interrogation without question : Rhode Island volume Innis and United States volume Henry / by Welsh S. White -- Kirby, Biggers, and Ash : do any constitutional safeguards remain against the danger of convicting the innocent? / by Joseph D. Grano.
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