§21A-10-6. Self-incrimination; perjury.
A person shall not be excused from attending and testifying
or producing books, papers, correspondence, memoranda, or other
records before the commissioner or the board or in obedience to
the subpoena of the board or the commissioner, or a duly
authorized representative of the board or the commissioner, in
any proceeding brought under this chapter on the ground that the
testimony or evidence may tend to incriminate him, or subject him
to a penalty or forfeiture. An individual shall not be
prosecuted or subjected to penalty or forfeiture on account of
testimony given, or evidence produced subject to such subpoena,
if prior to giving such testimony or producing such evidence he
has claimed his privilege against self-incrimination.
This section shall not exempt an individual from prosecution
and punishment for perjury.