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Where did they write the fifth amendment?


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2010-01-25 15:31:12
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After the fourth.


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How many more amendments will it take? Aren't five enough? If we revise the fifth amendment will it be the sixth amendment? What will then be the fifth amendment? The fourth? Let's just stick with the fifth amendment we've got. That's what I say. Second opinion: The fifth amendment is fine just the way it is, and the way it has been interpreted under Miranda. If you think it should be revised, contact your congressman/woman or senator and ask that it be changed. p.s. There are 27 amendments right now. If the fifth amendment were changed, it would become the 28th.

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Actually it has nothing to do with math. "pleading your fifth" means that you are pleading your fifth amendment which states that you cannot be forced to testify against yourself. So if you are pleading your fifth, you are actually using your fifth amendment right.

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