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Fifth Amendment, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishFifth Amendment, thethe Fifth AmendmentˌFifth Aˈmendment, the  1 a part of the constitution of the united states which states that you do not have to give information in a court of law which could be used against you, and that you cannot be put in prison or have your property taken away without a proper legal trial2 plead/take the Fifth (Amendment)
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