2011 Connecticut Code
Sec. 52-146m. Communication made by or to deaf or hearing impaired person with assistance of operator of special telecommunications equipment deemed privileged. Any communication made by or to a deaf or hearing impaired person with the assistance of a person operating special telecommunications equipment capable of serving the needs of deaf or hearing impaired persons shall be deemed to be confidential and privileged and shall not be disclosed by such operator in any civil or criminal case or proceeding or in any legislative or administrative proceeding, unless the person making the confidential communication waives such privilege.
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Sec. 52-146m. Communication made by or to deaf or hearing impaired person with assistance of operator of special telecommunications equipment deemed privileged.
Cited. 211 C. 555.
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