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Criminal – Indecent Liberties – Counseling Records (access required)

A defendant's convictions of taking indecent liberties with a person with whom he had a custodial relationship are affirmed, despite his claim that the trial court erred when it quashed his subpoena duces tecum seeking the victim's counseling records. We hold that the trial court correctly quashed the subpoena duces tecum because it did not comply ...

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