By Louise Moore, Lovell White Durrant, Louise Moore, Lovell White Durrant12 November 1999
Environment In England, a defendant in a criminal case cannot refuse to give potentially self-incriminating evidence in the same way that Americans can by 'taking the fifth'. This report examines the conflict between environmental legislation and the rights of the individual
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