LEAST-INTRUSIVE-MEANS DOCTRINE

LEAST-INTRUSIVE-MEANS DOCTRINE

least-intrusive-means doctrine. A doctrine requiring the government to exhaust all other investigatory means before seeking sensitive testimony, as by compelling an attorney to testify before a grand jury on matters that may be protected by the attorney¨Cclient privilege.
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