Gengal V Hogan Summary

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In another way, the court case of Mallory v. Hogan is the right against self-incrimination in the fifth Amendment. William Mallory was found guilty and sentenced to jail with a fine. But, it was suspended and the court placed him on two years probation. However, within the time period of the probation, the Superior Court "appointed referee ordered Malloy to testify about gambling and other criminal activities in Hartford County." Mallory refused to incriminate himself and he was imprison for contempt the court and held until he willing to confess himself. Thing didn 't end there, he filed a habeas corpus against the court for violating his constitutional right. The Supreme Court of Connecticut granted him certiorari, over the decision of the

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