Question: Roberts was the president and sole shareholder of a corporation

Roberts was the president and sole shareholder of a corporation. A federal grand jury issued a subpoena to him in his capacity as president. The subpoena required Roberts to produce corporate records. Roberts moves to quash the subpoena on Fifth Amendment grounds.
(a) Must Roberts deliver the records? Why or why not?
(b) Could Roberts be required to testify about the documents? Why or why not?
(c) If Roberts takes steps to dissolve the corporation, can he then avoid the subpoena? Why or why not?

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