Rethinking Custodial InterrogationFaculty Scholarship
AbstractThis Article attempts to resurrect a concept crucial to the Supreme Court lexicon. It is not, however, a police manual. This Article concerns itself solely with questions surrounding the admissibility of confessions, and in so doing, attempts to show that only a reconsideration of custodial interrogation can restore the "significant deprivations" language to the status granted it in Miranda v. Arizona.
Citation Information28 AMER. CRIM. L. REV. 1 (1990)