STASBOURG, France, June 29 (Reuters) - The European Court of Human Rights dismissed a case brought by two British drivers who were contesting their convictions for speeding after having been flashed by a speed camera. The pair argued that British law, by forcing them to say who was at the wheel at the moment of the offence, violated their privilege against self-incrimination and the right to remain silent. The court did not accept the applicants' argument. "Every person who owns or ...
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