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Section 19-13-1 - (Rule 501) Privileges against giving evidence restricted.
Section 19-13-2 - (Rule 502 (a)) Lawyer-client privilege--Definition of terms.
Section 19-13-3 - (Rule 502(b)) Client's privilege on confidential communications with lawyer.
Section 19-13-4 - (Rule 502(c)) Persons entitled to claim client's privilege.
Section 19-13-5 - (Rule 502(d)) Exceptions to lawyer-client privilege.
Section 19-13-6 - (Rule 503(a)) Physician-patient privilege--Definition of terms.
Section 19-13-7 - (Rule 503(b)) Patient's privilege on confidential communications with physician orpsychotherapist.
Section 19-13-8 - (Rule 503(c)) Persons entitled to claim patient's privilege.
Section 19-13-9 - (Rule 503(d)(1)) Exception to privilege in proceedings to commit for mental illness.
Section 19-13-10 - (Rule 503(d)(2)) Exception to privilege on court-ordered examination of patient.
Section 19-13-11 - (Rule 503(d)(3)) Privilege waived when patient's condition is element of claim ordefense.
Section 19-13-12 - (Rule 504(a)) Communications between husband and wife deemed confidential.
Section 19-13-13 - (Rule 504(b)) Criminal defendant's privilege as to communication with spouse.
Section 19-13-14 - (Rule 504(c)) Persons entitled to claim interspousal privilege.
Section 19-13-15 - (Rule 504(d)) Exceptions to interspousal privilege.
Section 19-13-16 - (Rule 505(a)) Religious privilege--Definition of terms.
Section 19-13-17 - (Rule 505(b)) Privilege on communications to clergyman.
Section 19-13-18 - (Rule 505(c)) Persons entitled to claim religious privilege.
Section 19-13-19 - (Rule 506) Privilege relating to secret vote in election--Exception.
Section 19-13-20 - (Rule 507) Privilege of trade secrets--Protective measures if disclosure directed.
Section 19-13-21 - (Rule 508) Privileged disclosures to public officers.
Section 19-13-21.1 - Elementary or secondary school counselor and student--Exceptions.
Section 19-13-21.2 - College or university counselor and student--Exceptions--Qualifications of counselor.
Section 19-13-22 - (Rule 509(a)) Governmental investigative agency's privilege as to identity ofinformer.
Section 19-13-23 - (Rule 509(b)) Persons entitled to claim governmental investigative privilege.
Section 19-13-24 - (Rule 509(c)(1)) Informer privilege not applicable if identity otherwise disclosed.
Section 19-13-25 - (Rule 509(c)(2)) In camera proceedings to determine whether informer should beidentified--Relief to opposing party--Protective measures.
Section 19-13-26 - (Rule 510) Waiver of privilege by voluntary disclosure.
Section 19-13-27 - (Rule 511) Privilege not waived by involuntary disclosure.
Section 19-13-28 - (Rule 512(a)) Comment on claim of privilege prohibited--No inference.
Section 19-13-28.1 - Motorist's refusal to submit to chemical test of intoxication admissible--Privilegeagainst self-incrimination may not be claimed.
Section 19-13-29 - (Rule 512(b)) Claim of privilege to be without knowledge of jury.
Section 19-13-30 - (Rule 512(c)) Jury instruction as to inference from claim of privilege.
Section 19-13-31 - Privilege for sign language interpreter or relay service operator.
Section 19-13-32 - Privilege relating to mediation proceedings--Exceptions.