Vol. 99 Nbr. 5, March 2001
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- Foreword: from Miranda to s. 3501 to Dickerson to....
- The paths not taken: the Supreme Court's failures in Dickerson.
- Miranda, Dickerson, and the puzzling persistence of Fifth Amendment exceptionalism.
- Miranda, the Constitution, and Congress.
- Miranda's mistake.
- Questioning the relevance of Miranda in the twenty-first century.
- Identifying and (re)formulating prophylactic rules, safe harbors, and incidental rights in constitutional criminal procedure.
- Separated at birth but siblings nonetheless: Miranda and the due process notice cases.
- In the stationhouse after Dickerson.
- Deceptive police interrogation practices: how far is too far?
- Miranda's failure to restrain pernicious interrogation practices.