J.B. v. Switzerland

in Human Rights Case Digest
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The right to remain silent and the privilege against self-incrimination lie at the heart of the notion of a fair procedure. The right not to incriminate oneself in particular presupposes that the authorities seek to prove their case without resort to evidence obtained through methods of coercion or oppression in defiance of the will of the “person charged”.

J.B. v. Switzerland

in Human Rights Case Digest

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