Compelling Testimony and Granting Immunity: Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-third Congress, First Session, on S. 565, to Permit the Compelling of Testimony Under Certain Conditions and to Grant Immunity from Prosecution in Connection Therewith. April 17, 1953
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1953 - Self-incrimination - 9 pages
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223 of title A. K. SHIPE April 17 Attorney General addressed Bar Association benefit of Judge bill to permit Chairman claim immunity claimed his privilege Compelled testimony tending compelling of testimony connection therewith D. C. Dear Senator Department of Justice documentary or otherwise evidence is given exempt from prosecution grand jury grant immunity grant the immunity HERMAN WELKER Idaho immunity from prosecution immunity statute incriminate witness inserting Judge Watkins Judiciary jury or court lawsuit notice of hearing penalty or forfeiture perjury or contempt permit the compelling petit jury president privilege against self-incrimination proceeding produce evidence prosecution and punishment prosecution in connection public interest punishment for perjury questions records or documents Senate Office Building Senator McCarran Senator Watkins Senator Welker Sourwine subcommittee tend to incriminate testify or produce testimony or evidence thing concerning title 18 United States Code United States Courts United States Senate voters Washington WILLIAM LANGER