Perspectives on Evidentiary Privileges Book - Hardbound

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As the first collection of its kind, Perspectives on Evidentiary Privileges aims to advance a debate on critical yet understudied issues relating to the emerging doctrinal and policy issues with regard to evidential privileges in the following areas:

  • Mr. Big undercover police operations
  • Protection of journalistic source privilege
  • Marital privilege
  • Privilege for tax professionals
  • Privilege issues surrounding police investigative techniques
  • Case-by-case privilege
  • Privilege for religious communications
  • Parliamentary records privilege
  • Confidential informant privilege
  • Privilege against self-incrimination
  • Researcher-participant privilege

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Practice Area:
Evidence

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Publication Date:
2019-11-20

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30835873

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30835873

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9780779891405