Cited Article

Note, The Existing Confidentiality Privileges as Applied to Rape Victims

Case Citation

State v. Kalakosky, 852 P.2d 1064 (Wash. 1993)

Background

he fact-specific holding “The search warrant for convicted rapist's home and vehicles was supported by probable cause because there was ample information in the affidavit from which the judge could have reasonably concluded he was involved in criminal activity.”

Citing Quote

he Victims of Sexual Assault Act, RCW 70.125, seeks to protect rape victims' expectations of privacy in their communications with sexual assault counselors. We recognize that a key element in the successful counseling of sexual assault victims is the assurance of confidentiality of their communications. n33 n33 See Note, The Existing Confidentiality Privileges as Applied to Rape Victims , 5 J.L. & Health 101 (1990-91).

Article Publication Date

1990

Volume

5

Issue

1