This book review observes that Taiwan’s justice system was influenced by the Warren Court:

….In East Asia, the pattern was somewhat different. Thomas Ginsburg, an associate professor of law and director of the Program in Asian Law, Politics, and Society at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, chose three places (Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan) as case studies. These cases suggest that in East Asia, the Warren Court’s rulings in the area of criminal procedure, and especially the rulings formulating the exclusionary rule (_Mapp v. Ohio_[1961]) and finding the right to counsel for criminal defendants (_Gideon v. Wainright_ [1963]) in state courts, have had the biggest impact. Other landmark Warren Court rulings, such as _Brown v. Board of Education_ (1954) and _Baker v. Carr_ (1962), have had much more limited influence there, Ginsburg finds.