- Information shared confidentially between two parties, where one party cannot be compelled to testify or disclose that information in court. This could be between a lawyer and client, husband and wife, patient and doctor, or member and religious counsel. However, the privilege can be waived if the information provider agrees to it or a client sues their lawyer alleging negligence
- In the meeting with his attorney, the client shared some privileged communication regarding the case.
- The therapist couldn't testify in court about what her patient told her due to the nature of privileged communication.
- The priest’s conversation with his parishioner was considered privileged communication and therefore could not be disclosed.