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Correct Option is A person cannot be compelled to submit written evidence against himself/herself

As per Article 20(3) - A person cannot be compelled to submit written evidence against himself/herself. Self Incrimination Law: Article 20(3) of the constitution says that no person accused of any offence shall be compelled to be a witness against himself. This is based upon a legal maxim which means that No man is bound to accuse himself. The accused is presumed to be innocent until his guilt is proved. It is the duty of the prosecution to establish his guilt.

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