Accordingly, the Court did not grant officials unconstrained discretion to determine when they should reinterrogate
a suspect who invoked his Miranda right to counsel, but instead ruled that law enforcement officials must wait at least fourteen days before resuming interrogation.
Such an urge to romanticize, to sail beyond the repressive encapsulation of reality, must be read as a positive commentary on the need to reinterrogate
the dharma of existence.
For me today, looking back, to return now to a re-thinking of libidinal economy with Freud, with Lacan, with Deleuze, with Derrida, with Lyotard, but above all with Winnicott, is to reinterrogate
the law of desire with regard to technical objects.
The officers then reinterrogate
the suspect, typically leading the newly warned suspect to repeat and even embellish his prior unwarned admissions.
According to reports, to get a lead in its investigations, the Punjab Police had even started to reinterrogate
the terrorists who were already in custody.
The Fifth Centennial of the Spanish arrival to the Americas compelled many Hispanophone intellectuals at the end of the 20th century to reinterrogate
critically the significance of this event.
One could argue that the confluence of cultural studies, rock studies, and third wave feminist critical studies makes it possible now more than ever to continue to critique and reinterrogate
the form and content of popular music histories.
The book aims to reinterrogate
Shakespeare's politics through a sceptical and theoretically informed reevaluation of both the sources of his political thought and a select group of primary texts.
But being able to reinterrogate
the same visual data is even more important," he says.
The resulting 'intelligent' website processes may reduce the need to revisit and reinterrogate
databases, and may reduce the non-productive, time consuming, information seeking workload demands on the service supply chains, thereby yielding potential tangible and intangible cost reductions.
Both books reinterrogate
partition, the exchange of populations, and the violence that accompanied it (as Hindus were displaced from Pakistani territory to India, and Muslims fr om India to Pakistan), from the standpoint of subaltern survivors' personal narratives, which the authors sporadically juxtapose with newspaper accounts and their own meticulous deconstructions of official documents, parliamentary debates, and state practices.
In Edwards,(62) Roberson,(63)and Minnick(64) the Court has rejected emphatically government pleas for permission to reinterrogate