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Is there a right to remain silent? : coercive interrogation and the Fifth Amendm
Alan M. Dershowitz
Adult Nonfiction KF9668 .D47 2008

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ContentsPage
Series Editor's Notep. vii
Introductionp. xi
Chapter 1 - What Is the Right against Self-Incrimination?p. 3
Chapter 2 - The Supreme Court's Recent Decisionp. 11
Chapter 3 - The Limits of Textual Analysis in Constitutional Interpretationp. 25
Chapter 4 - The Limits of Precedent: Which Way Does the "Immunity" Analogy Cut?p. 40
Chapter 5 - The Limits of Historical Inquiryp. 54
Chapter 6 - The Privilege over Timep. 93
Chapter 7 - The Relevance of Constitutional Policies Underlying the Rightp. 117
Chapter 8 - A Matter of Interpretationp. 126
Conclusion: The Case for a Vibrant Privilege in the Preventive Statep. 137
Notesp. 177
Indexp. 205


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