Federal Grand Jury Testimony and the Fifth Amendment

Merle L. Silverstein
In recent years, the extensive employment of the fifth amendment privilege by various individuals associated with unpopular causes, resulting in the frustration of many important government inquiries, has encouraged bitter criticism of the amendment from various legal and lay sources. Nevertheless, it is safe to assume that “our old friend” is here to stay, and has become an integrated and essential part of our democratic way of life. The castigations…

Corporations and the New Federal Diversity Statute: A Denial of Justice

Robert A. Kessler