Miranda Revisited

Petrowski, Thomas D.
August 2001
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin;Aug2001, Vol. 70 Issue 8, p25
Examined the decision of the United States Supreme Court on the case of Charles T. Dickerson for bank robbery. Evaluation of the admissibility of incriminating statements made by the accused; Discussion on voluntary confessions; Details of his case; Civil liability of federal lawsuits.


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