Federal Testimonial Privileges
This looseleaf treatise covers the federal common law of testimonial and evidential privileges in the federal courts under Rule 501 of the Federal Rules of Evidence. The work discusses who may claim a privilege; how to claim a privilege; who may waive a privilege; procedural requirements; and other related topics.
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