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The Magna Carta, establishing for the first timethat the power of the king could be limited by a written grant.

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Miranda v. Arizona (in .pdf format); download Acrobat reader here if necessary Get Acrobat Reader
Miranda Warning Survives: Warren Richey reports on Dickerson case in the Christian Science Monitor

Analysis of the U.S. Patriot Act (.pdf format)

US v Patane syllabus (.pdf format)

Aschroft v ACLU syllabus (.pdf format)

Missouri v Siebert Syllabus (.pdf format)

Hamdi v Rumsfeld syllabus (.pdf format)

Hamdi vs Rumsfeld
High Court Hears Critical Cases Testing Post-9/11 'Enemy Combatant' Detentions

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Miranda: The Story of America's Right to Remain Silent
Copyright © 2004, Gary L. Stuart. All rights reserved.
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