Yale Kamisar papers, 1955-2004.

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Kamisar, Yale. Yale Kamisar papers, 1955-2004.

Yale Kamisar papers, 1955-2004.

Papers include biographical information, topical files, correspondence with law school colleagues, Supreme Court justices, judges, lawyers, and students. Also includes teaching files and articles on constitutional and criminal law, particularly the exclusionary rule and the Miranda rule. Contains Kamisar's work on assisted suicide, euthanasia, and mercy-killing. Also includes audiocassette sound recordings.

24 linear ft.

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