attorney-client privilege

Definition of "attorney-client privilege"
  1. A rule that protects the confidential communication between a lawyer and their client from being disclosed or used as evidence in court
How to use "attorney-client privilege" in a sentence
  1. Under the protection of attorney-client privilege, he shared all the details with his lawyer.
  2. The information shared cannot be used in court because it falls within the scope of attorney-client privilege.
  3. Claiming attorney-client privilege, the lawyer refused to disclose the conversation with her client.

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