II. Facts and Disposition of the Case
III. Analysis ... 1. The Illinois Statute May Be Interpreted to Protect Disclosure of Patients' Names ... 2. There Is No Legislative Authority for Applying the Privilege Differently in Criminal Cases ... 3. Disclosure of Patient Names Violates Privacy Rights ... 4. Public-Aid Recipients Do Not Waive Their Rights to Confidentiality
The Scope of the Physician-Patient Privilege in Criminal Actions: A New Balancing Test: People v. Florendo, 92 Il. 2d 155, 447 N.E.2d 282 (1983),
64 Neb. L. Rev.
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