For a long time before Professor Paul Kauper wrote "Judicial Examination of the Accused" in 1932, and for a long time thereafter, the "legal mind" shut out the de facto inquisitorial system that characterized American criminal procedure. Paul Kauper could not look away. He recognized the "naked, ugly facts" (p. 1224) and was determined to do something about them -more than thirty years before Escobedo v. Illinois' or Miranda v. Arizona.2
Kamisar, Yale. "Kauper's 'Judicial Examination of the Accused' Forty Years Later—Some Comments on a Remarkable Article." Mich. L. Rev. 73 (1974): 15-38.