Up From Gideon
Dripps, Donald A.
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Challenges the generally prevailing celebration of Gideon v. Wainwright. Gideon held that the Sixth Amendment's requirement of appointed counsel for indigent defendants applied to the states by force of the Fourteenth Amendment. Focuses on the content of the Sixth Amendment right to appointed counsel Gideon extended to the states-a right cribbed not from 1791 but from the 1938 decision in Johnson v. Zerbst.
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