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The Fifth Amendment All Americans are guaranteed the right to a fair and legal trial. It also protects someone from testifying against themselves under oath.
Why didn't you answer the game wardens questions?
Because I didn't have to.
What do you mean you don't have to?
Under the right of the fifth amendment I do not have to testify against myself.
The reason why my client is not guilty is because the warden had forced him to answer questions, and if my client didn't my client would of faced punishment for an "unlawful" act
By the law I am ruling the defendant not guilty.
Yes, Yes, Yes I won Thanks to the Fifth Amendment.
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