Bennett v Bigelow, 387 P.3d 1016 (Utah 2016)
Nature of Case: On Petition for Extraordinary Relief. Petitioner was convicted of a sex offense, sentenced to prison, and ultimately paroled. As part of parole, he was required to complete a treatment program that required, inter alia, polygraphs and disclosure of uncharged sex offenses. Petitioner invoked Fifth Amendment rights in regards to questioning, and was deemed non-compliant with treatment, and supervision was revoked.
Holding: Utah Supreme Court held that threat of revocation of supervision constituted compulsion in violation of the Fifth Amendment.