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To assure that participants are not subjected to undisclosed risks or harms, informed consent processes must be consistent with Common Rule requirements.
Custodial subjects who invoke the Miranda right to counsel and, thereafter, are released on bond or bail lose the protection of their invocation and may be subjected to government-initiated interrogation at a later date.
The theoretical potential of the spiritual is subjected to the same intellectual scrutiny by the editors as are the essays in the rest of the text.