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Whether a Witness Who Has "Cooperated Fully" With a Department of Justice Investigation Has Waived Any Privilege Against Self-Incrimination That Might Have Been Claimed in Response to a Congressional Subpoena Duces Tecum for Documents on a Related Matter [electronic resource].

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Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.
Publication:
[S.l] : [publisher not identified], 1999.
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Government document
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Subjects:
Constitutional law.
Self-incrimination.
Witnesses.
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Summary:
Examines whether a witness may claim Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination in response to a Congressional Committee subpoena after previously cooperating with the Department of Justice.
Notes:
CRS Report.
Record is based on bibliographic data in ProQuest U.S. Congressional Research Digital Collection (last viewed July 2010). Reuse except for individual research requires license from ProQuest, LLC.
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Microfiche version: Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Whether a Witness Who Has "Cooperated Fully" With a Department of Justice Investigation Has Waived Any Privilege Against Self-Incrimination That Might Have Been Claimed in Response to a Congressional Subpoena Duces Tecum for Documents on a Related Matter
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