Analysis Of Right Against Self-Incriminating Under Article 20 (3) Of The Constitution And Its Compar

Analysis Of Right Against Self-Incriminating Under Article 20 (3) Of The Constitution And Its Comparison With Respect To The 5th Amendment Of The American Constitution





Akarsh Singh, Christ University Bangalore


ABSTRACT


The following paper seeks to analyse the right against self-incrimination through the eyes of the constitution of india and the various constitutional provisions which enforce and enact this right and compare it to the American 5th amendment and analyse their difference in implementation and enforceability in terms of their strictness.


The paper also seeks to highlight the important case laws in regards to right against self-incrimination and how the provision which is article 20 (3) is enacted and enforced in various cases in the Indian judicial system while also analysing the historical development and interpretation of this privilege and how the privilege became a mainstay in most judicial systems.

Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

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