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Evidence: Privilege

Guide to Evidence

Privileged information is information that is relevant to the issue at trial, but is protected from being introduced or compelled by the opposing party. Usually the reason for this protection relates to public policy, such as protecting the trust between spouses or the privacy of a patient consulting their doctor.

Rules of Evidence

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