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What Is the 5th Amendment Privilege against Self-incrimination?

The Fifth Amendment of the Constitution reads "no person shall be compelled to be a witness against himself in any criminal case." This language has been interpreted to mean:

What Things Do Not Carry 5th Amendment Self-incrimination Protection?

A few circumstances exist where the Fifth Amendment does not apply. These include:

Do I Need a Constitutional Law Attorney?

If you feel that your constitutional rights have been compromised, you should contact a constitutional law or criminal attorney. Speaking with the proper attorney experienced in constitutional law will inform you of your rights as well as preserve any possible legal remedies you may have.

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Last Modified: 04-17-2014 02:44 PM PDT

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