But when trifles are taken hold of by the public, and the parties exposed and disgraced, and each endeavors to justify himself or herself by criminating
the other, that which ought to be forgotten in a day, will be remembered for life.
547, 585-86 (1892) ("No statute which leaves the party or witness subject to prosecution after he answers the criminating
question put to him can have the effect of supplanting the privilege conferred by the constitution of the United States ").
President Mahmoud Abbas issued a presidential decree criminating
The order of the court under the statute is in effect a subpoena duces tecum, and, though the penalty for the witness's failure to appear in court with the criminating
papers is not fine and imprisonment, it is one which may be made more severe, namely, to have charges against him of a criminal nature, taken for confessed, and made the foundation of the judgment of the court.
After Patane, rational police officers will ignore Miranda whenever the large and immediate benefits of obtaining in criminating
physical evidence outweigh the possible harm to some future prosecutor of exclusion of a statement (but not the physical evidence) in the unlikely event that the case goes to trial.