Table of contents for The right to counsel and privilege against self-incrimination : rights and liberties under the law / John B. Taylor.

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Contents
Series Foreword, 00
Preface and Acknowledgments, 00
1	Introduction, 00
	Two Cases of Injustice, 00
	Two Complementary Rights, 00
	Incorporation of the Bill of Rights, 00
	Conclusion, 00
	References, 00
2	Origins and Early Development, 00
	Privilege against Self-Incrimination, 00
Right to Counsel, 00
	Conclusion, 00
	References, 00
3 The Twentieth Century: Right to Counsel, 00
Right to Counsel at Trial: First Steps 00
	Incorporation of the Right to Counsel: Gideon v. Wainwright, 00
	Right to Counsel for Lesser Offenses, 00
	Right to Counsel on Appeal, 00
	Right to Counsel in Pretrial Proceedings, 00
	Right to Counsel in Other Proceedings, 00
	Counsel and Client, 00
	Conclusion, 00
	References, 00
4	The Twentieth Century: Privilege against Self-Incrimination, 00
	The Testimonial Privilege, 00
	Incorporation Debated: The Adverse Comment Cases, 00
	A Parallel Track: The Coerced Confession Cases, 00
Incorporation and Immunity, 00
Conclusion, 00
	References, 00
4 Convergence of Rights: The Miranda Revolution, 00
Prelude to Miranda, 00
The Miranda Decision, 00
	Implementation of Miranda, 00
	The Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel after Miranda, 00
	Miranda Challenged and Reaffirmed: Dickerson v. United States, 00
Conclusion, 00
	References, 00
6	The Twenty-First Century: Legal and Policy Issues, 00
	Miranda Warnings as a Cure for Previous Violations, 00
	The Issue of Prophylactic Rules, 00
The Continuing Policy Debate over Miranda, 00
The Fifth Amendment, Due Process, and Protection against Abuse by Police, 00
Effective Assistance of Counsel, 00
The Reality of Counsel for the Indigent, 00
	Constitutional Rights and the War on Terror, 00
The Long View, 00
	References, 00
7	Key People, Cases, and Events, 000
8	Documents, 000
	Powell v. Alabama, 287 U.S. 45 (1932), 000
	Brown v. Mississippi, 297 U.S. 278 (1936), 000
	Gideon v. Wainwright, 372 U.S. 335 (1963), 000
	Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966), 000
Chronology, 000
Table of Cases, 000
Annotated Bibliography, 000
Index, 000
About the Author, 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Right to counsel -- United States.
Self-incrimination -- United States.