Cautions and Confessions: Miranda vs. Arizona after 40 Years

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When Friday, October 20, 2006 - Saturday, October 21, 2006
8:15 AM - 5:15 PM
Location Wittemyer Courtroom
For Public; Faculty; Staff; Students; Alumni; CLE Credit
Cost CLE participants: $100, General Public: $50, CU Faculty & Students: Free

This conference will commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the Miranda decision with presentations of cutting-edge research and commentary by social scientists, historians, legal scholars, and judges on confessions, pre-trial investigative tactics, and the impact of Miranda on criminal procedure. Nationally renowned experts in the field will address a variety of topics including: interrogation law during the War on Terror; the potential for technology, including videotaping, to make interrogation less coercive; whether Miranda is either doctrinally coherent or successful in protecting suspects' rights; and the nature of interrogations and confessions in the 18th and 19th centuries. CLE credits available: 7 credits pending. Time: 10/20/06 from 8:15am to 5:15pm 10/21/06 from 8:30am to 11:15 am

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Contact Carolyn Ramsey
carolyn.ramsey@colorado.edu
Sponsored By The White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law
Moderated By Stephanos Bibas, William Pizzi, Michael Radelet, Carolyn Ramsey, and Bruce Smith
Speakers Yale Kamisar will present the Keynote Address. Other scheduled speakers are Albert Alschuler, Margareth Etienne, Mark Godsey, Judge Morris Hoffman, Richard Leo, Wesley Oliver, John Parry, Jacqueline Ross, Bruce Smith, George Thomas III, Melissa Waters
CLE Credits
General: 0
Ethics: 0