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honour

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favour

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Synonyms for privilege

a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all

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a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right)

bestow a privilege upon

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Establishing a Kovel relationship early and taking steps to protect your client's privileged communications can make a big difference in a later criminal action.
95) The instrumentalist rationale is essentially utilitarian in nature, arguing that the protection for privileged communications is desirable because it furthers desirable policy goals.
38) Under the Massachusetts statute, should a mental health provider disclose this privileged communication, he could be liable in actionable tort or invasion of privacy.
20) Specifically, the court distinguished between "two distinct scenarios [: i]n the first, a witness testifies as to events which happen to have been a topic of a privileged communication[; i]n the second, the witness testifies as to the specific content of an identified privileged communication.
The privileged communication channels that Aedgency offers in each market include:
It is therefore imperative for PSCs to develop a good working relationship with parents to promote the importance of privacy, confidentiality, and privileged communication and to ensure that these principles will be managed in a manner that assures that students receive the counseling services they need.
Williams, (58) the Fifth Circuit reiterated it ruling in Ivey and held the introduction of a privileged communication by a third party, in these cases law enforcement officers, is reversible error.
considered privileged communication under Ohio's patient-physician
RALPH SLOVENKO, PSYCHOTHERAPY, CONFIDENTIALITY, AND PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATION 10 (1966).
The Director General of the Law Society said: "By listening to a solicitor's firm communicating with their client, it would be an invasion of the privileged communication between solicitor and client which is protected by the constitution.
Ethical and functional guidelines dictating the application of confidentiality and privileged communication are critical for the relationship to be successful" (Pollack, 1997, p.
As we hear the Word proclaimed at Mass, we enter into a privileged communication between God and God's people.
Confidentiality and privileged communication are essential to many professional relationships that require uncensored exchanges between therapist and client.
At common law there is no privileged communication between an auditor or accountant and the client, such as exists between lawyer and client, and husband and wife.