State v. J.G.

EVIDENCE — Privilege

New Jersey Law Journal

The cleric-penitent privilege applies when, under the totality of the circumstances, an objectively reasonable penitent would believe that a communication was secret, that is, made in confidence to a cleric in the cleric's professional role as a spiritual adviser.

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