I'll give the credits in a few... Warren Court Critic: Guess who made the following statements recently: "I always felt that judges should interpret law, not make law," he said. "I remember in college and law school in the late 60s and early 70s, even though I agreed with the substance of the Warren Courts decisions, I thought that some of them were making law." Not, [he] quickly added, with civil-rights rulings like the decision in Brown v. Board of Education, which was issued in 1954. But the Warren Court also greatly strengthened defendants protections against police searches. "I think they went too far on criminal law," [he] said.