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SHIELD LAW - The Qualified Privilege of Newscasters \u26 Journalists in Non-Confidential News - Court of Appeals of New York - People v. Combest, 828 N.E.2d 583 (N.Y. 2005)

By Jr. Albert V. Messina
Topics: Touro, law review, Combest, qualified privilege, shield law, newscasters, journalists, news, non-confidential, court of appeals, New York, civil rights law, 79, clear, specific, material, issue, three prong, standard, test, relevant, critical, necessary, claim, defense, O\u27Neill, Oakgrove Construction, Inc., appellate division, Hybrid Films, supreme, second department, motion, quash, in camera, statements, burden, exclusivity, material, relevancy, agency, confession, intangible, interrogation, tape, record, state, action, balanced, interests, Crane, Kentucky, Sixth Amendment, Chambers, Mississippi, Robinson, Albert V. Messina, Jr., Criminal Law, Evidence
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Touro Law Center
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.tourolaw.edu:lawreview-1388
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