Landmark Decisions of the United States Supreme Court
is a critically-acclaimed series containing significant Supreme Court decisions edited into plain non-legal English
for the general reader.
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Library Journal:Provides understanding without a lot of legalese.
American Libraries:A remarkably good idea … Outstanding … Makes us aware how fragile our liberties are.
Booklist: The readability is remarkable.
Midwest Book Review: Especially recommended.
Back in Print: Criminal Justice Decisions of the United States Supreme Court contains the actual text of thirteen major United States Supreme Court Criminal Justice Decisions edited into plain non-legal English. Topics include the right to remain silent, preventive detention, protecting children in court, illegal search and seizure, the right to counsel, double jeopardy, the fruit of the poisonous tree, coerced confessions, the fundamental right to a fair trial, indigent defendants, the right to confront your accuser, victim impact statements, and ineffective counsel.
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