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Today's Impeach-O-Meter: Uh Oh, Carter Page May Not Really Know What the Fifth Amendment Does

The Impeach-O-Meter is a wildly subjective and speculative daily estimate of the likelihood that Donald Trump leaves office before his term ends, whether by being impeached (and convicted) or by resigning under threat of same. The House Intelligence Committee, on Monday, released 243 pages of testimony by former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. Show More Summary

Carter Page spent seven hours pleading the Fifth and refusing to hand over documents to House intel committee

last monthNews : The Raw Story

Ex-Trump adviser Carter Page said in October that he intended to plead the Fifth Amendment when interviewed in the various Russia investigations. Now, after seven hours in front of the House Intelligence Committee, he’s made good on that promise. According to lawmakers that spoke to Politico,...

Court Has No Problem With All House Residents Being Forced To Hand Over Fingers To Law Enforcement

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

A ruling has been handed down by a federal judge finding the government's demands for fingerprints from multiple residents of a house does not implicate the Fifth Amendment. [h/t Brad Heath] The underlying case -- still under seal -- bears some resemblance to one we discussed here about a year ago. Show More Summary

How Many Times Has Donald Trump Taken The 5th Amendment? Here’s What It Means To ‘Take The 5th,’ Explained

On Wednesday, two executives at the political consulting firm behind what has become known as the “Pee Tape Dossier” invoked their Fifth Amendment privileges in a closed-door congressional hearing. Donald Trump quickly took to his Twitter...Show More Summary

Who Paid for the Dodgy Dossier? FusionGPS Officials Plead the Fifth Amendment

I know I mentioned this yesterday, but someone with a large megaphone piped up: Workers of firm involved with the discredited and Fake Dossier take the 5th. Who paid for it, Russia, the FBI or the Dems (or all)?— Donald...

Fusion GPS Officials Plead the Fifth Rather Than Answer Who Paid for the Trump Dossier

The Salon Hot 25 applauds their brave stance in favor of the First and Fifth Amendments. Actually, they refused to answer any questions -- but it seems that it's the identity of the patron of the PeePeeParty Dossier that's the...

Trump Campaign Adviser Carter Page Reportedly Will Plead the Fifth in Russia Investigation

2 months agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

Trump associate Carter Page told the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday he plans to invoke his Fifth Amendment rights if called to testify before the committee investigating Russian election meddling, according to Politico. (PageShow More Summary

Carter Page Pleads Fifth in Russia Probe

If called to testify before a Senate panel he would decline to answer questions based on his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

Key Donald Trump Russia Scandal Figure Carter Page Will Take The Fifth In Senate Testimony, Report Says

Carter Page, a key figure in the scandal over collusion between Donald Trump and Russia in the 2016 presidential campaign, plans to take the Fifth Amendment, invoking his Constitutional right against incriminating himself, if he is called...Show More Summary

Carter Page Pleads The Fifth In Russia Probe

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The New York Daily News reports: Former Trump adviser Carter Page is pleading his Fifth Amendment right and refusing to hand over documents to a Congressional inquiry into Russian election-meddling. Page, a former financier in Moscow...Show More Summary

Carter Page taking the Fifth in Senate Russia investigation

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Former Trump adviser Carter Page is pleading his Fifth Amendment right and refusing to hand over documents to a Congressional inquiry into Russian election meddling. Read more...

Former Donald Trump Adviser Carter Page Refuses to Cooperate With Russia Investigation

2 months agoNews : Newsweek: US

If called to testify before a Senate panel he would decline to answer questions based on his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

The Miranda Decision

On June 13, 1966, by a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court rendered its now-famous Miranda v. Arizona decision. Supposedly based on the Fifth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution, which states that "No person…shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself," Miranda twisted these simple words beyond recognition. Show More Summary

With FaceID, Apple’s iPhone X wades into Fifth Amendment gray area

Could FaceID on Apple's iPhone X pose a conflict of self-incrimination? Legal experts weigh in. Continue reading ? The post With FaceID, Apple’s iPhone X wades into Fifth Amendment gray area appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

A Key Figure in Russia Probe Says “NO” to Request to Appear Before Senate Intel

This doesn’t make him look guilty of wrongdoing, at all! Back in May, Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, refused to honor a Senate subpoena, citing his Fifth Amendment rights. The Senate Intelligence Committee have requested he come forward to give testimony again, and again, he’s refused. Show More Summary

Military Appeals Court Says Demands To Unlock Phones May Violate The Fifth Amendment

3 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

A decision [PDF] handed down by the Appeals Court presiding over military cases that almost affirms Fifth Amendment protections against being forced unlock devices and/or hand over passwords. Almost. The CAAF (Court of Appeals for the...Show More Summary

Australian Prosecutors Want To Make It Illegal To Refuse To Turn Over Passwords To Law Enforcement

5 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The question is still unsettled here in the United States: is refusing to turn over your password protected by the Fifth Amendment? The argument hasn't found many judicial supporters but at least there's a Constitutional basis for claiming the relinquishment of passwords is possibly self-incriminating. Show More Summary

How a Presidential Pardon Could Backfire

President Trump is considering pardoning family members and staffers caught up in the Russia investigation, but legal experts warn that it could backfire by making it harder for them to avoid testifying. Under the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, Americans are protected against self-incrimination, but people who have been pardoned are no longer under any…

US appeals court tosses convictions of British ex-bankers

A U.S. appeals court cited the Fifth Amendment right to be free from self-incrimination as it reversed the convictions Wednesday of two British ex-bankers charged with conspiring to manipulate the … Click to Continue »

In Murr V. Wisconsin, SCOTUS deals another blow to the Fifth Amendment

Big government never contracts. It only grows more powerful The post In Murr V. Wisconsin, SCOTUS deals another blow to the Fifth Amendment appeared first on Hot Air.

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