Act of Production Immunity

Act of Production Immunity

Definition

A judicial doctrine that prohibits the introduction of evidence inferred from a person’s compulsory act of producing documents in subsequent criminal proceedings against that person when the act of production would constitute self-incriminating testimony as to the person’s knowledge of the existence, custody or authenticity of the documents produced.

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