This is a treatise on individual rights and liberties, under the U.S. Constitution, as
interpreted by the federal Supreme Court. It contains references to more than 2,500
opinions of the Court, and covers, in a comprehensive way, ten major decisional areas:
• general issues of constitutional rights (e.g., rightholders, state action, affirmative
obligations of government, substantive due process, waiver of rights);
• procedural rights (including fundamental rights in criminal procedure);
• personal inviolability and liberty;...