Suspects mustn't be forced to self-incriminate - RightsInfo
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Suspects mustn’t be forced to self-incriminate

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During the investigation, the police tried to force the accused to either answer questions which would incriminate him or be in contempt of court. He won his case as this was held to be in breach of the right to a fair trial and evidence has to be sought without coercion.

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