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Title: Federal Testimonial Privileges
Author: Larkin, Murl A.
Abstract: The most significant portion of the law of evidence not covered by the Federal Rules of Evidence is that governing evidentiary privileges. It is the purpose of this work to examine and record the development of the law of privileges to provide assistance for those concerned about their content and application. This treatise discusses how to claim a privilege and who may claim and who may waive a privilege. This treatise also provides a detailed look at the attorney-client, physician-patient, husband-wife, executive, presidential, congressional, informant, reporter, and trade secret privileges as well as the work product doctrine.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10601/1576
Date: 1986

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