First, the Article will summarize the Justice Department's discussion of the Massiah right to counsel and the exclusion of evidence under Massiah. Next, it will evaluate the nature of the Report and the character of legal scholarship. Finally, it will explore the substantive debate over Massiah. In that section, the Article will point out the matters on which the DOJ and I agree, will attempt to frame the fundamental questions raised by the Massiah doctrine, and will investigate potential sources of answers to those constitutional questions. Ultimately, it will provide the answers that I prefer, explaining the premises that lead to those answers and how they differ from the premises underlying the Report.
James J. Tomkovicz,
The Truth About Massiah,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mjlr/vol23/iss4/3