Self-incrimination meaning

sĕlf'ĭn-krĭm'ə-nā'shən
Incrimination of oneself, especially by one's own testimony in a criminal prosecution.
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Incrimination of oneself by one's own statements or answers.
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(law) Act of giving testimony, in a trial, that would incriminate oneself.
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Origin of self-incrimination