The decision in Miranda v. Arizona is another of the United States Supreme Court's major efforts directed at the protection of individual liberties. The tremendous controversy engendered by the decision prompted the Editorial Board to invite a number of scholars to express their views on the case. These remarks follow a digest of the opinion of the Court.
Interrogation of Criminal Defendants—Some Views on Miranda v. Arizona,
35 Fordham L. Rev. 169
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