Definition of "self-incriminating"
  1. The characteristic of providing evidence or statements that make oneself appear guilty of a crime
How to use "self-incriminating" in a sentence
  1. Refusing to answer on the grounds that it may be self-incriminating is allowed during a trial.
  2. The right to avoid self-incriminating testimony is protected by the Fifth Amendment.
  3. The defendant remained silent to avoid providing any self-incriminating information.

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