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In the June 21, 2004 Supreme Court decision, the justices held 5 to 4, that a subject must identify himself. The court decided that identifying yourself is not protected by the fifth amendment.


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10/23/2015
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Supreme Court rules subject must identify himself.
 

In the June 21, 2004 Supreme Court decision, the justices held 5 to 4, that a subject must identify himself. The court decided that identifying yourself is not protected by the fifth amendment.

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