Preliminary Examinations in Criminal Proceedings, 6 Annual Report of the American Bar Association 225 (1883)
There are but three of oui states in which the constitution does not declare that no person accused of crime shall be compelled to give evidence against himself; and a similar guaranty was grafted into the Constitution of the United States, at the instance of the first Congress I ask you this evening to consider the reason of this rule, and the true limits of its application
Date of Authorship for this Version
Baldwin, Simeon E., "Preliminary Examinations in Criminal Proceedings" (1883). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4286.