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Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

1983

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Evidence - Privilege Against Adverse Spousal Testimony - A Testifying Spouse May Invoke The Privilege Against Adverse Spousal Testimony In A Grand Jury Proceeding Even Though The Government Has Promised That The Nontestifying Spouse Will Not Be Indicted By That Particular Grand Jury If The Nontestifying Spouse Is A Target Of The Underlying Investigation, Gary S. Lewis Jan 1983

Evidence - Privilege Against Adverse Spousal Testimony - A Testifying Spouse May Invoke The Privilege Against Adverse Spousal Testimony In A Grand Jury Proceeding Even Though The Government Has Promised That The Nontestifying Spouse Will Not Be Indicted By That Particular Grand Jury If The Nontestifying Spouse Is A Target Of The Underlying Investigation, Gary S. Lewis

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Evidence - Independent Auditor's Tax Accrual Workpapers Shielded From Irs Summons Power By Accountant Work-Product Privilege, Jeffrey Markowitz Jan 1983

Evidence - Independent Auditor's Tax Accrual Workpapers Shielded From Irs Summons Power By Accountant Work-Product Privilege, Jeffrey Markowitz

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Standard For Admitting Scientific Evidence: A Critique From The Perspective Of Juror Psychology, Edward J. Imwinkelried Jan 1983

The Standard For Admitting Scientific Evidence: A Critique From The Perspective Of Juror Psychology, Edward J. Imwinkelried

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.