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Report No. 87

No compulsion and no adverse comment permitted.- The privilege is thus generally assumed to prohibit all forms of pressure on the accused to testify and also any adverse comment on him if he fails to testify. Asking the accused to take the stand and thus forcing him to claim the privilege affirmatively is also unconstitutional.

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