"The Fifth Amendment is violated when criminal defendants are compelled to incriminate themselves and the incriminating statement is used in a probable cause hearing."
"[W]e join the Second, Seventh, and Ninth Circuits, concluding that the right against self-incrimination is more than a trial right."
"We agree . . . that the term 'criminal case' is broader than the term 'criminal prosecution.' Indeed, on its face, the term 'criminal case' appears to encompass all of the proceedings involved in a 'criminal prosecution.'"
It suggests that the government cannot use a compelled (coerced, involuntary, or un-Mirandized) statement in a grand-jury proceeding, at a detention hearing, or in any other proceeding in a criminal case.