Fifth Amendment

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  • The Fifth Amendment made the same change for elections to the National Assembly.
  • Asked about her own political position she refused to answer, invoking the Fifth Amendment.
  • Some civil cases are considered "criminal cases" for the purposes of the Fifth Amendment.
  • The majority of these former officials refused to answer committee questions, citing the Fifth Amendment.
  • She cited the Fifth Amendment in response to several more questions and the committee dismissed her.
  • He took the Fifth Amendment and refused to name former associates.
  • It has been noted that there is no Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in the court of public opinion.
  • They both refused to give names, invoking the fifth amendment.
  • The Twenty-fifth Amendment has been invoked six times since its ratification.
  • When asked by the judge about it she twice invoked her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.
  • The Fifth Amendment provides that "private property shall not be taken for public use, without just compensation."
  • Both he and his wife refused to answer questions and cited the Fifth Amendment protection against testifying against themselves.
  • He later took the witness stand, but refused to answer any questions, invoking his Fifth Amendment rights.
  • Also under the Fifth Amendment, a witness has the right not to incriminate himself.
  • Because there was no recognized title to the land, the court decided there was no right to compensation under the Fifth Amendment.
  • A foreign agent may not claim Fifth Amendment provisions against self-incrimination.
  • Ken now comes clean on his transgressions, and says he will take the Fifth Amendment.
  • Therefore, the detainees have the fundamental right to due process of law under the Fifth Amendment.
  • The Supreme Court found that the officer had been deprived of his Fifth Amendment right to silence.
  • In the United States, the Fifth Amendment requires just compensation if private property is taken for public use.
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