2005 Connecticut Code - Sec. 46a-12. Communications protected by attorney-client privilege.

      Sec. 46a-12. Communications protected by attorney-client privilege. All communications between an individual and any attorney employed or engaged by the advocacy office working on behalf of such individual shall be fully protected by the attorney-client privilege to the same extent and degree as though counsel had been engaged privately. This privilege shall in no way preclude the use by the advocacy office of material in its files for the preparation and disclosure of statistical, case study and other sociological data, provided that in any such use there shall be no disclosure of an individual's identity or means of discovering such identity.

      (P.A. 77-589, S. 6, 9.)

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