N.J. SUPREME COURT

State v. Stas

CRIMINAL PRACTICE — Self-Incrimination

New Jersey Law Journal

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The use of defendant's silence at the scene of an auto accident as substantive evidence of his guilt and to assess his credibility violated his Fifth Amendment, state statutory and common-law privilege against self-incrimination and was not harmless error.

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