2012 Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes
Title 42 - JUDICIARY AND JUDICIAL PROCEDURE
Chapter 44 - Court Interpreters
Section 4436 - Confidential communications in presence of interpreter

§ 4436.  Confidential communications in presence of interpreter.

An interpreter appointed under this subchapter shall not be compelled to testify in any judicial proceeding or administrative proceeding to any statements made by the person who is deaf and interpreted by the interpreter when the person who is deaf is engaged in a confidential communication as provided by any statute or general rule, including, but not limited to:

(1)  Section 5916 (relating to confidential communications to attorney).

(2)  Section 5928 (relating to confidential communications to attorney).

(3)  Section 5942 (relating to confidential communications to news reporters).

(4)  Section 5943 (relating to confidential communications to clergymen).

(5)  Section 5944 (relating to confidential communications to psychiatrists or licensed psychologists).

(6)  Section 5945 (relating to confidential communications to school personnel).

(7)  Section 5945.1 (relating to confidential communications with sexual assault counselors).

(8)  Section 5945.2 (relating to confidential communications to crime stopper or similar anticrime program).

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