Fifth Amendment; The Right to Remain Silentby Harvey Fireside
This book looks at the people and the history behind the passage of the Fifth Amendment, which prohibits people from being tried twice for the same crime and permits arrested people to remain silent and not be forced to testify against themselves in trials. The Fifth Amendment also forbids the federal government from depriving anyone of life, liberty, or property without due process of law. A discussion of the ramifications for today's society is also included.
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