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The High Court's struggle with the self-incrimination privilege
Record ID:
66033
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
2016
Author:
Moisidis, Cosmas ;
Source:
LIJ (2016) 90 No 5
Date_of_entry:
22/12/2016
Notes:
This article looks at various decision in relation to the adversarial criminal trial and that the burden of proof is on the prosecution and its companion rule that an accused cannot be compelled to assist in the discharge of that burden, which has caused fiction between the burden of proof on the prosecution and its companion rule and that an accused cannot be compelled to assist in the discharge of that burden.
Section:
Feature
Month:
May


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