State v. Begins

In State v. Begins, 147 Vt. 295, 300, 514 A.2d 719, 723 (1986 ), the Court recognized the disadvantages to a defendant who is subject to two proceedings, and found it necessary, to preserve a defendant's Fifth Amendment right to remain silent, to create an exclusionary rule to prevent the State's use of a defendant's testimony in the subsequent criminal prosecution. Id. at 299-300, 514 A.2d at 722-23.