During the 1960s, the Warren Court's decisions in the field of criminal procedure were strongly denounced by many prosecutors, police officers, and conservative politicians. Some of these critics were careful in their description of the Warren Court's record. Others let their strong opposition to several of the Court's more highly publicized decisions destroy their perception of the Court's work as a whole.
Publication Information & Recommended Citation
Israel, Jerold H. "Criminal Procedure, the Burger Court, and the Legacy of the Warren Court." In Police Practices and the Law, 69-134. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 1982.