Law of Confessions, 2018 Edition. Ed Hagen and David M. Nissman. St. Paul, Minn.: Thomson Reuters, 2018. Second Edition. Issued June 2018. 1 volume. Softbound. Ex-library with location label at foot of spine, small barcode label on front cover, and property stamp on title page and top page edge, else very good. Publisher's Price USD 907. Special $150. * Provides complete coverage of original interrogations, codefendant confessions, illegal detention, ethics, procedural issues, and argument at every level. Plus, you'll get vital information on: Voluntariness; Presentence investigations; Retroactivity; Speedy arraignment; Custody; Waiver; Impeachment; Corroborating confessions; Grand jury proceedings; Proffer letters; Prospective, formal, informal, and Rule 11 immunity; Collateral consequences; Immunity; Harmless error; Interlocking confessions; Redacted confessions; Hearsay, and much more. Includes a concise history of American confessions law as well as and a Miranda Opinion Annotated index and briefs of U.S. Supreme Court cases.
Book number 70795