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  209.263.  Person relaying conversation not to disclose contents, exception — order to disclose — privilege. — 1.  A person who interprets, transliterates or relays a conversation between a person who can hear and a deaf person is deemed a conduit for the conversation and may not disclose, or be compelled to disclose by subpoena, the contents of the conversation which he facilitated without the prior consent of the person who received his professional services, except as provided in subsection 2 of this section.

  2.  A court may order disclosure of the contents of a conversation to provide evidence in proceedings related to criminal charges.  However, all communications which are privileged by law shall be protected as privileged communications in the same manner as communications when an auxiliary aids and services provider or relay agent is used.


(L. 1993 H.B. 600 § 2)

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