SELECTIVE DISCLOSURE

SELECTIVE DISCLOSURE

selective disclosure. The act of divulging part of a privileged communication, or one of several privileged communications, usu. because the divulged portion is helpful to the party giving the information, while harmful portions of the communication are withheld. ? Such a disclosure can result in a limited waiver of the privilege for all communications on the same subject matter as the divulged portion. [Cases: Witnesses 219. C.J.S. Witnesses ¡ì¡ì 378¨C389.]
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