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Patrick Welsh Professor Samuel Hodge T/H 8:40-10:00 March 20, 2008 HOMEWORK QUESTION (p.176) The District Attorney cannot compel Christopher to take his shirt off, according to the judgment made in Morgan vs. State . It was decided in this said case that, due to a person’s 5 th Amendment rights,
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Unformatted text preview: that person cannot be made to be a witness against himself in his own case. Therefore, Christopher would be stripped of his Constitutional rights if he was made to take his shirt off to provide evidence against himself because he would be incriminating himself against his will....
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