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invoke

verb ask solemnly for, beg for, bid, call on for a blessing, call on for help, call up, conjure, entreat, implore, invocare, invocate, raise spirits, recite a spell, recite an incantation, summon, summon by incantation
Associated concepts: invoke the authority of the court, innoke the Fifth Amendment
See also: adduce, bear, call, summon
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The set DELTACHANGEIMPLEMENTORS, JOINTPOINTS and WRAPPER are declared to specify the code to implement dynamic requirements, joint-points and methods executed using wrapper function defined in the Remote Method Invoker.
Let us consider m [epsilon] MNAME, [delta]m represents dynamic requirement stated by the user, wm [delta] mote Method Invoker.
Remote Method Invoker Schema Remote Method Invoker method: METHOD execute: EXECUTE_RESULT Wrapper:METHOD [left and right arrow] EXECUTE_RESULT Table 5.
The Requirement That the Invoker Claim the Constitutional Privilege at the Time the Incriminatory Response is Called For
One rule that has emerged from the Supreme Court's jurisprudence on the Self-Incrimination Clause is that the invoker must claim the Fifth Amendment privilege at the time the incriminatory response is called for.
The Sharing of Responsibility Between Invoker and Judge Regarding Whether the Invoker's Answer Would be Incriminatory
The final governing principle, related to the second, is that, while the invoker of the Fifth Amendment privilege must necessarily be afforded some deference when determining whether a question calls for an incriminatory response, the courts, and not the invoker herself, must make the final determination.
75) Thus, the question is one for both the invoker and the court: the invoker must determine whether an answer could be incriminatory, but, if she does, the court must determine whether such a belief is reasonable based on the limited information at its disposal.
It is, rather, a result of the notion, unfortunately reinforced by some of the Supreme Court's jurisprudence in this area, that information can be disclosed over the objection of the invoker and still not be "compelled.
232) Just as a Takings Clause plaintiff can demonstrate no hardship--no present or inevitable deprivation of her constitutional rights (233)--before the second of the two elements has occurred, neither can the invoker of the constitutional privilege against self-incrimination show that his or her rights are currently or presently under attack until the "other shoe has fallen.