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Clergy-Penitent Privilege • Encouraging Risk-Taking • Thin Management Talent: Management Roundup
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Clergy-Penitent Privilege • Encouraging Risk-Taking • Thin Management Talent: Management Roundup

Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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Church Law and Tax Report

What Should We Do With Illegal Items? Subscriber access only

Handling guns, drugs, and other materials given to clergy.
Michigan
Church Law and Tax Report

Clergy-Penitent Privilege Protects Pastors Subscriber access only

Charges of criminal failure to report child abuse were dismissed for one Michigan pastor.
Keeping Secrets
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Keeping Secrets Subscriber access only

Your church must be careful with the confidential information it controls.
Church Law and Tax Report

Does the Presence of a Third Party Negate Penitent Privilege? Subscriber access only

Definitions of roles, and state laws, factor heavily in this question.
Managing Your Church Blog

Is a Confession to a Pastor Always Confidential?

Michigan child-rape case spotlights clergy-penitent privilege.
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Connecticut
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Understanding the Clergy-Penitent Privilege Subscriber access only

Not all conversations with a pastor are protected against future disclosure.
Arizona
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Keeping a Secret Subscriber access only

Counselee's disclosure of information to third party may waive the clergy-penitent privilege.
Arizona
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Spouse's Presence May Not Nullify Clergy-Penitent Privilege Subscriber access only

A conversation may be protected even if a third party is present.
Massachusetts
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Confidentiality During Spiritual Counsel Subscriber access only

Only statements made in the course of seeking spiritual counsel are protected by the privilege.
Iowa
Church Law and Tax Report

What's Protected by the Clergy-Penitent Privilege Subscriber access only

Not all conversations with a minister are covered by the privilege.
Rhode Island
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The Clergy-Penitent Privilege: Acting as a Spiritual Advisor Subscriber access only

Court rules protection does not apply to statements made to a former minister acting as a psychiatrist.
North Carolina
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Clergy-Penitent Privilege in Court Cases Subscriber access only

The clergy-penitent privilege may be lost if a counselee seeks out a minister for spiritual counsel in the presence of one or more third persons.
Alabama
Church Law and Tax Report

Communication Between Pastors and Denominational Officers Subscriber access only

Not every conversation between clergy and denominational officials is protected by the clergy-penitent privilege.
Church Law and Tax Report

Disclosing Confidential Statements in Court  Subscriber access only

A Military court ruled that a confession made by a soldier to his pastor was protected by the clergy-penitent privilege despite the presence of the soldier's wife during some of the counseling.
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