Self-Incrimination Evidence

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BB&K Police Bulletin: Fifth Amendment Privilege - Suspect Forfeits Right to Remain Silent and Privilege Against...

Overview: The U.S. Supreme Court recently rejected the Fifth Amendment claims of a man whose silence during police questioning was used as evidence of guilt. During a non-custodial interrogation, the murder suspect answered...more

Avoiding Self-Incrimination in Canada: The Overlap of Criminal and Civil Proceedings Has a New Frontier

It is increasingly common for counsel to find themselves dealing with a civil action in which one party may be facing criminal or regulatory sanctions arising from the same events underlying the civil action. For example, a...more

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