ln a judicial proceeding, a question is asked of a witness, which question he declines to answer, claiming that the answer will tend to incriminate him. The judge orders him to answer. He does so and the answer does incriminate him. What happens?
J. E. T.,
WITNESSES-PRIVILEGE AGAINST SELF-INCRIMINATION-EFFECT OF INCORRECT DECISION BY TRIAL JUDGE IN COMPELLING ANSWER WHEN PRIVILEGE ASSERTED,
Mich. L. Rev.
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