Right to Remain Silent vs. Hearsay Rule

, New Jersey Law Journal


On June 9, the Appellate Division held that a defendant who pleads the Fifth Amendment at his retrial, and thereby exercises his right to remain silent, cannot offer into evidence his testimony given during his first trial.

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