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Privilege Against Self Incrimination

It is a kind of a benefit provided to a person not to witness in criminal cases against himself.He can refuse to provide evidences or information where he stands as the accused.This benefit is provided under the Fifth Amendment to the constitution and it can be granted to an individual and not any corporation. Home
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